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Use voice commands to control music and podcasts with Amazon Alexa!

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Download the Alexa app, open it, and link your Spotify account with these steps:

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Your Echo isn't just a personal assistant—it's also a great speaker. Even though it syncs with Amazon Music by default, the good news is that Amazon syncs di. Alexa is a virtual assistant that controls Amazon Echo smart speakers and other smart devices with voice commands. Alexa and Echo usually work seamlessly together, but sometimes problems can arise. Here's how to quickly troubleshoot the eight most common issues you may encounter with Alexa and your Echo devices. Usually you have to always have to end your music requests with '-on Spotify'.With this configuration you can get your Amazon Echo Alexa to automatically play a.

  1. Tap the menu in the top-left.
  2. Tap Settings, then Music & Podcasts.
  3. Select Spotify, then Link account to Alexa.
  4. Enter your Spotify account details.

Set Spotify as your default service for music and podcasts so you don’t need to specify “on Spotify” at the end of your voice commands to play music:

  1. Tap the menu in the top-left.
  2. Tap Settings, then Music & Podcasts.
  3. Tap Choose default music services.
    Note: To set Spotify as your default podcast service, tap Choose default podcast service.
  4. 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'. Check out the Amazon help site for supported languages.

Supported devices

Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Spot, Amazon Echo Show, Amazon Tap, Amazon Fire TV Cube, and all Sonos players.

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For help setting up and troubleshooting, go to the Amazon help site.

Check out other articles on our support site for help with your Spotify account and payments, listening offline, or if you can’t play music.