March 15, 2018
If you have an Amazon Echo, the news must excite you that Spotify has become available on Amazon Echo. It is no more a fantasy that you can listen to your Spotify music anywhere in your house and switch songs only with your voice rather than your hand tapping on the device screen. But how to stream Spotify music on Amazon Echo is a problem that troubles most people. Lucky for you, we write this article to solve this problem.
Although Amazon Echo allows Spotify music to play on it, it is exclusive to Premium users. So it is much easier for Premium users as they only need to connect their Spotify account with Amazon Echo, which we will show you later how. Unfortunately, the free user still has to play Spotify music on the authorized app. But it doesn't mean you cannot stream the Spotify on Echo. You can convert the music file to popular music file format and load them to Amazon Music App so as to connect them to Amazon Echo.
Good for you, since you have a valid Spotify Premium account, you will have your Spotify music played in your house after connecting your Spotify account to your Amazon Echo app.
Followings are the details.
Step 1. Go To the Settings Section
Open the Amazon Echo app on your phone, then tap on the "Home" button with three horizontal lines. Roll down the menu and click on the "Settings".
Step 2. Log in Your Spotify Premium Account
After the first Step, the interface is supposed to like the below one. Tap on "Music & Media", which leads you to the selection of music streaming service app.
Find the Spotify Music logo and hit it.
Next move is to log in Spotify by entering your Premium account or signing up for a new account.
Then an interface with confirmation information will appear. Click on "OK" and you are officially free to stream your Spotify music on your amazing Amazon Echo.
Well, the fact that you are a free user of Spotify means that you cannot directly connect the songs to Amazon Echo app. What "cannot directly connect" means is that you have to convert the music files to the popular format and transfer them to Amazon music app, in which way, you have the same result of having you Spotify music on Amazon Echo.
"Why would I have to go through so much trouble and transfer the music files into other formats?" you may ask this question. It is because that in order to protect creation property right, Spotify music files are encrypted as OGG Vorbis and only can be played in the authorized music app. That is Spotify Music app. That is to say, Amazon Echo app can't recognize Spotify music file, leaving alone streaming them.
But you don't have to be upset. Our company has developed a program called TuneFab Spotify Music Converter for such situation. Using it, you can convert Spotify Music file to any popular music format with 100% original quality remained, making it detectable by Amazon Echo app. Besides, it is also an ID3 information capturer, thus you won't lose any ID3 information after conversion. Do you wonder how it works? Keep reading.
Step 1. Fire up TuneFab Spotify Music Converter
Click on "Try It Free" to download the free trial version to your computer, which has a time limit for up to 30 days for your final decision. After installation, run it on your computer and Spotify will be activated simultaneously.
Step 2. Import Spotify Music
Go to Spotify and find the song you like to play on Amazon Echo, drag and drop to the TuneFab Spotify Music Converter interface or you can enter the songs' link in the searching bar and click "Add".
Step 3. Adjust Output File
Go to "Options" > "General", you can change the location of output file if you don't want to save on the default one.
Next, go to "Advanced" window, you are allowed to adjust the format, sample rate and bitrate of the converted music. Available formats are MP3, M4A, WAV, and FLAC.
Step 4. Start Conversion
If you have followed all the previous steps, the conversion process will start immediately after clicking "Convert".
Step 5. Load Converted Spotify Music to Amazon Music App
If you have download Amazon Music App on your computer, run it.
• Drag and drop files from your computer into the "Upload" selection in the right sidebar under Actions.
• Select "My Music" at the top of the screen. Next, select "Songs", and choose the "Offline Filter" in the right navigation sidebar. Click the upload icon next to the music you want to upload.
• Select the "Upload" button under "Actions" in the right navigation sidebar, and choose files or folders to upload.
Once it is all done, you enjoy your songs anywhere in your house.
It is obvious that subscribing Premium is much easier but you have to keep your Premium account valid all the time. I assume you are a long time Spotify music listener, you will find the cost gap between subscribing Premium and purchasing TuneFab Spotify Music Converter after several months. If you are more concerned about the money issue, TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is your option.
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