How To Make Alexa Play Your Spotify Playlist?
- Randall Mullins
How to listen to your Spotify playlist on Amazon Echo smart speaker While Spotify is available on Echo smart speakers, it will be available on other Amazon devices such as Fire TV and mobile devices later this year. Amazon has introduced a new feature that enables subscribers to listen to content from the music streaming platform on their Echo smarts speakers.
Notably, while Spotify is available on Echo smart speakers, it will be available on other Amazon devices such as Fire TV and mobile devices later this year. Here’s how you can listen to Spotify playlist on Amazon Echo smart speaker: Step 1: Open Amazon Alexa app. Step 2: Go to Settings app and select Music. Step 3: Click on Link New Service and then tap on Spotify. Step 4: Input your Spotify username and password. Step 5: Select Default Services to set Spotify as your default music service. Step 6: To play your Spotify playlist on Echo smart speaker just say, “Alexa, play Bollywood Acoustic on Spotify.” Step 7: To play a song say, “Alexa, play Malang on Spotify.” Step 8: To use Spotify Connect say, “Alexa, Spotify Connect on Kitchen Echo.”
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Can you set Spotify as default on Alexa?
Spotify on Alexa devices
- Amazon Echo
- Amazon Echo Dot
- Amazon Echo Spot
- Amazon Echo Show
- Amazon Tap
- Amazon Fire TV Cube
- Facebook Portal / Portal+
- All Sonos players
- Download and open the Alexa app.
- Tap the menu in the top-left.
- Tap Settings, then Music & Podcasts,
- Select Spotify, then Link account to Alexa,
- Log in to your Spotify account.
Make it so you don’t have to say “on Spotify” at the end of your voice commands:
- In the Alexa app, tap the menu in the top-left.
- Tap Settings, then Music & Podcasts,
- Tap Choose default music services,
- Select Spotify and tap DONE,
Note: You still need to say “on Spotify” at the end of commands to play podcasts. Now just ask Alexa to play something, e.g. “Alexa, play Discover Weekly”. For more information and voice commands you can use, check out the,
Why won t Alexa play my Spotify playlist?
Alexa Won’t Play my Playlist – It can be rather frustrating when Alexa won’t cooperate. It’s normal if Alexa plays a random sound every once in awhile because she didn’t hear you correctly, but it’s entirely different if she won’t play any of your songs at all.
- There are some simple fixes if Alexa isn’t cooperating with your music requests.
- Of course, the first thing you should do is try restarting Alexa.
- But, if it still doesn’t work, make sure Spotify is set as your default music player.
- To do this, tap on the three horizontal lines in the lower right-hand corner.
Next, tap Settings and scroll down to ‘ Music & Podcasts,’ Select ‘ Default ‘ and enable Spotify. This should clear up your problem if it’s a connection issue. If Alexa is still having difficulty understanding you, it may be time to update your Playlists’ name. If you’re telling Alexa to play your “Heavy metal playlist,” she may come back with some random sounds. But, if you change the playlist name, she’ll likely respond with the music you want. Lastly, some users have reported that Alexa will not activate their playlist if the shuffle is turned on. Head over to the playlist and turn off the shuffle function at the top. Assuming you’re logged into the right account, these methods should fix your musical woes.
How do I change my default app on Alexa?
Open the Alexa app. Open More and select Settings. Select Traffic. Select Default Navigation App, and then the app.
Why is Spotify not playing the song I want?
Uninstall and Reinstall Spotify on an Android Device (6.0 and Later) –
- Go to your phone’s Settings,
- Select Apps,
- Find Spotify in your list of apps and tap it.
- For a clean reinstall, tap Storage, then Clear Data,
- Tap Uninstall,
- Go to Google Play and install the Spotify app.
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- How do I fix Spotify crashing? If Spotify keeps crashing or closing, try rebooting the device you’re listening on. If you’re on a Mac or PC, force-quit and relaunch the app. Other fixes include logging out of and back into Spotify, clearing Spotify’s cache, deleting and reinstalling the app, and clearing your device to create more space.
- How do I fix Spotify not responding? To fix Spotify if it’s not responding, restart the device and restart your Spotify connection. Check your internet connection, device’s memory, and Spotify status. You can also try updating the Spotify app or uninstalling and reinstalling it.
- How do I fix Spotify shuffle? If Spotify’s shuffle feature isn’t working, check that you’ve turned on Shuffle. Launch Spotify, choose a playlist, and select the Enable Shuffle icon. In the mobile app, tap Shuffle icon to the left of Spotify’s Play icon. If Shuffle still isn’t working, disable and re-enable the feature and reset the app.
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