How to Play Spotify on the Echo
Having an Amazon Echo? Don’t worry, Spotify is compatible with the Echo. Using it as your digital assistant, Alexa will be able to play your favorite songs for you. Once you’ve logged into your Spotify account, you can use your voice assistant to play music and answer questions about what you’re listening to. Just tap the microphone icon on the bottom of the device to connect with your Spotify account.
To get started with Spotify on your Echo, you must be a Premium subscriber. You can also use a Spotify music app to sign in. Once you’ve signed in to your account, just bark a command to the Echo and it’ll start playing your music. Spotify’s new integration feature allows you to seamlessly switch between listening on your mobile device and at home with your Echo. Just connect your mobile device and start playing your favorite songs!
To connect your Amazon Echo to Spotify, you’ll need a Premium subscription, but you can also use a free account if you’d like. Then, open the Alexa app and select Music & Media. Then, follow the prompts to set up your account. After logging in, you’ll see a screen that says “Linked successfully!” If you’re ready to listen to your favorite songs on your smart speaker, just ask Alexa.
Once connected to your Spotify account, you can make Spotify your default music service. To do this, open your Alexa app and select the Spotify option. Once your device is set up, simply ask your Echo to play Spotify when you want to listen to your favorite music. Just remember to give your password when you first connect to Spotify. You should also enable the Spotify app in your Alexa device to make it more useful. That’s all there is to it.