You can use Alexa to stream music, podcasts, audiobooks and more from popular streaming services or from your phone or tablet over Bluetooth. You can also upload your personal music collection from iTunes, Google Play Music and more to your music library on Amazon and then stream your music through your Alexa device.
Streaming Music and Media Services on Amazon Alexa Devices
Alexa supports a growing number of free and subscription-based streaming services on Amazon devices:
Note: Some music services are not available on other Alexa-enabled products (manufactured by other companies). Check with the product manufacturer for more information.
You can ask Alexa to stream music and media directly from these services through your Alexa device. After you register an Alexa device to your Amazon account, you automatically have access to any music available in your Amazon Music library and any audiobooks available in your Audible library. Amazon Prime members can also enjoy playlists, stations and over two million free songs. Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers have access to a catalogue of tens of over 40 million songs.
Other services may require you to link an existing account to your Amazon account in the Alexa app and may require a subscription. To learn more, go to Link a Third-Party Music Service to Alexa.
Note: Spotify Premium on Alexa supports Spotify Connect, which allows you to play music on your Alexa device and use the Spotify app on your phone or tablet as a remote.
Upload Your Music
To play your personal music from iTunes, Google Play and more on your Alexa device, you can use Amazon Music for PC and Mac to upload your collection to My Music on Amazon from your computer. After you upload your music, you can ask Alexa to play your music and control playback with simple voice commands.
Note: Purchases from the Digital Music Store as well as tracks from AutoRip-eligible CDs and vinyl records purchased on Amazon do not count towards the 250 song limit.
Stream Music and Media over Bluetooth
Amazon Alexa Devices support the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) for streaming audio over a Bluetooth connection, and the Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) for voice control of connected mobile devices.
To learn more about pairing Bluetooth devices, go to:
Note: Voice control is not supported for Mac OS X devices (such as MacBook Air) or on other Alexa-enabled products.
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