Last updated on April 28th, 2023 at 05:25 am
The steps in this article are going to show you how to link your Spotify account to Amazon Alexa so that you can listen to Spotify music on your Alexa devices.
- Open the Alexa app on your iPhone.
- Choose Play at the bottom of the screen.
- Scroll down and select Spotify in the Link New Services section.
- Tap the Enable to Use button.
- Enter your Spotify credentials and tap Log In.
- Scroll down and tap Agree to confirm the terms.
The Alexa devices you have in your home, such as the Echo Dot, can perform a lot of functions.
Among these functions is the ability to start playing music by simply asking Alexa to play a song, type of music, or playlist.
But you may be limited in the types of music you can listen to depending on which sort of services you have linked to Alexa.
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services in the world, and it’s possible that you have a Spotify account that you would like to use as your source for music on Alexa devices. Our guide below will show you how to link your Spotify account to your Alexa account.
How to Link Spotify to Your Alexa Account on an iPhone
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.3. You will need to have the Alexa iPhone app on your device to complete these steps. If you don’t have it already, you can download it here.
Step 1: Tap the Alexa icon.
Step 2: Touch the Play tab at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Scroll to the Link New Services section and select the Spotify option.
Step 4: Tap the Enable to Use button.
Step 5: Log in with Facebook, or enter your Spotify credentials and tap Log In.
Step 6: Scroll down and tap the Agree button to accept the terms.
You can listen to Spotify music by asking Alexa to play a song or playlist, then adding the “on Spotify” qualifier.
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