How to Link Apple Music to Alexa?

You can now ask Alexa to play Apple Music. Here’s how to link your Apple Music account to your Amazon Echo device.

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If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can link your account to Alexa and listen to your favorite music on Amazon’s Echo speakers. Linking your account is simple and only takes a few minutes. Once you’ve linked your account, you can ask Alexa to play specific songs, artists, genres, or albums from Apple Music, or you can ask her to play something based on mood or activity. You can also tell Alexa to shuffle your music or play music from a specific playlist.

What are the benefits of linking Apple Music to Alexa?

When you link your Apple Music account to Alexa, you can ask her to play any song, artist, album, or genre that’s in your Apple Music library. You can also ask her to play tracks from your personal music collection that’s stored on your iCloud Music Library.

Alexa can also help you create playlists and stations, and control playback on all of your devices that are linked to your Apple Music account. Plus, if you have an Echo device with a screen, she can even show you the lyrics to the song that’s playing.

Here are some benefits of linking your Apple Music account to Alexa:
-You can access your entire Apple Music library using just your voice.
-You can ask Alexa to play any song, artist, album, or genre from your Apple Music library.
-You can create playlists and stations using just your voice.
-You can control playback on all of your devices that are linked to your Apple Music account.
-If you have an Echo device with a screen, Alexa can even show you the lyrics to the song that’s playing.

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You can now link your Apple Music account to Amazon’s Alexa and play your tunes on any Echo device. Here’s how to do it.

1. open the Amazon Alexa app on your iPhone or iPad
2. tap on the menu button in the top-left corner of the screen (three horizontal lines)
3. tap on ‘Music & Podcasts’
4. tap on ‘Link New Service’
5. tap on ‘Apple Music’
6. enter your Apple ID and password
7. tap on ‘Authorize’

What to do if you’re having trouble linking Apple Music to Alexa

If you’re having trouble linking your Apple Music account to Alexa, there are a few things you can try:

-Make sure you have the latest version of the Apple Music app installed on your iOS device.
-Open the Apple Music app and go to the Library tab.
-Tap the More button (the three dots) in the top-right corner and select Add to Siri & Search.
-Make sure the toggle next to Show when locked is turned on, then tap Done.
-Restart your iOS device, then try linking your account to Alexa again.

If you’re still having trouble, you can contact Apple Support or Amazon Support for more help.

How to use Apple Music with Alexa

If you want to use Apple Music with Alexa, you first need to sign in to your Apple Music account in the Alexa app. Here’s how:

1. Open the Alexa app.
2. Select the “Menu” icon in the top left corner of the screen (three horizontal lines).
3. Select “Settings.”
4. Scroll down and select “Music & Media.”
5. Select “Link new service.”
6. Select “Apple Music” from the list of services.
7. Enter your Apple ID and password, then select “Sign In.”

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Tips for using Apple Music with Alexa

Here are some tips for using Apple Music with Alexa:
-To play music from Apple Music on your Echo, open the Alexa app and go to ‘Settings’.
-Select ‘Music & Media’ and then ‘Link new service’.
-Tap ‘Apple Music’ and enter your Apple ID and password. Once you’ve signed in, you can select Apple Music as your default music service.
-If you have an Echo Dot, you’ll need to connect it to an external speaker with an aux cable or Bluetooth before you can play music from Apple Music.
-To ask Alexa to play a specific song, artist, album, or genre from Apple Music, just say “Alexa, play [song name/artist/album/genre] from Apple Music.”
-If you want to hear a specific song, artist, album or genre that isn’t in your Apple Music collection, you can ask Alexa to play it on demand. For example, say “Alexa, play that new Taylor Swift song from Apple Music.”

Troubleshooting Apple Music with Alexa

If you’re having trouble connecting your Apple Music account to Alexa, here are a few things you can try:

First, make sure that you have the latest version of the Apple Music app installed on your iOS device. To check for updates, open the App Store and tap Updates.

If there are any updates available for Apple Music, install them and then try connecting to Alexa again.

Next, make sure that you’re using the same Apple ID on both your iOS device and in the Alexa app. To check the Apple ID that’s being used in the Alexa app, go to Settings -> Account Settings -> Sign In With Apple.

If you’re not signed in with the same Apple ID on both your iOS device and in the Alexa app, sign out of your account in the Alexa app and then sign back in with the correct Apple ID. Once you’ve done this, try connecting to Apple Music again.

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Finally, if you’re still having trouble connecting to Apple Music, contact Amazon customer support for help.

Assuming you want to know how to stop Amazon Music from playing when you ask Alexa to play Apple Music, here are the steps:

1. Open the Amazon Alexa app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Tap the menu button in the top-left corner of the screen.

3. Scroll down and tap Settings.

4. Tap Music & Podcasts under Alexa Preferences.

5. Tap Link New Service.

6. Tap Apple Music under Services.

7. Tap Disconnect under Apple Music Options.

There are a few reasons you might want to unlink your Apple Music account from Alexa. Maybe you’re not using Apple Music as your primary streaming service, or maybe you just want to use a different music service with Alexa. You can also unlink Apple Music if you’re having trouble with your account or Alexa isn’t playing your music correctly.

How to get the most out of Apple Music with Alexa

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can ask Alexa to play any of the 45 million songs in the Apple Music catalog. You can also ask Alexa to play beats 1 radio live, activity-based radio stations, or stations that you’ve created from seed songs and artists that you like. Alexa can also play ad-free radio stations from Pandora and iHeartRadio . If you’re not a subscriber to Apple Music, you’ll still be able to ask Alexa to play stations from these other music providers.

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