If you’re reading this post, then you’re interested in modern information technologies, and in particular the Alexa voice assistant. Alexa is a virtual assistant in the form of a speaker that plays news, music, makes to-do lists, provides information about the weather, and even informs about the traffic situation.
The most interesting thing is that this trendy service can work with various applications, including Spotify. And now we are going to answer the most popular questions about the service Alexa Spotify.
First, can I use Spotify for free?
Yes, actually. Now you don’t need to get a subscription and can have access to all the content without paying money.
Next, let’s find out how to link Spotify to the Alexa app.
To start, download the Alexa application, and then go to settings and the Music & Podcasts category. From the list of available services, select the Spotify service and link your personal account to the Alexa app. Moreover, it is possible to set the default application by selecting the Choose default music services function in the settings. Now you do not need to switch on the streaming service every time. Great! Once you’ve got the technical side down, let’s move on to the practical side.
How to get Alexa to play the song I want?
It’s really easy! Just ask Alexa to play a specific song, album, and even music genre with the help of the phrases like: “Alexa, play Sorry by Justin Bieber/ the album 1989 by Taylor Swift/create the playlist for meditation/children’s lullaby hits”.
By the way, if you listen to an unknown song, you can ask the service what the song plays at this moment. It is real to give it the commands as well.
What can I also do besides playing music?
Not just songs only! You can ask Alexa to wake you up, playing the song on Spotify you want. Or you can even ask to shuffle some morning playlists that can help you to get out of your bed quickly and start a new day. It’s very convenient for those who are fed up with standard alarm clocks that annoy only.
Do you like this? In this case, stay tuned and keep up with the times with us! And if you’re not currently using Spotify, but plan to start, then you’ll need to migrate all your favorite songs or playlists, clips, and other files from your current music service. That’s where MusConv comes in, moving absolutely any music content to more than 50 platforms quickly and easily.