Apple Music is supported on all the usual Echo devices, including the regular Echo, Echo Plus, Echo Dot, Echo Studio, and Echo Show. On the Fire TV end, Apple Music works with the Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube, and Fire TV Edition televisions. Once you link Apple Music to Alexa, you can tell your device to play whatever music you want to hear. But you can also wirelessly stream music to your Echo device from your mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Here's how.
If you are considering putting the Alexa voice assistant in every room of your home, the new Echo Dot is the most compelling and affordable case for choosing Alexa. It is small, but it allows you to make calls, control your smart home and play the occasional song or two. In terms of call quality and improved audio, it is one of the best smart speakers on the market for you. In addition to its low price-point, the Echo Dot is capable of playing music from Apple Music.
To make Alexa work with Apple Music, you should just have to jump into the iOS/Android Alexa app and link up your account. Here is how to link Apple Music to Alexa. Apple Music subscription is required.
Once you link Apple Music through the Alexa app, the service can be used with whatever devices are connected to your account.
1. Open the Bluetooth settings screen on your device.
2. With your phone or tablet nearby, say "Alexa, pair,"
3. Wait for the Echo to show up in the list of devices available for pairing.
4. Tap the name to connect your device with the Echo.
Now play Apple Music songs on your phone or tablet, the audio will play through your Echo device. You can then control playback with your mobile device or by talking to Alexa.
If you have an active Apple Music subscription, you can easily play Apple Music on Amazon Echo/Echo Dot by the above method. However, Apple Music for Alexa is only available in 6 countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. When you cancel Apple Music subscription, or your country doesn’t support Apple Music Alexa, how to play Apple Music on Amazon Echo/Echo Dot? To solve the problem, you need to convert Apple Music to a common format, then you can transfer and play them anytime and anywhere.
First, connect your Mac, PC to an Echo device using Bluetooth.
1. Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your PC.
2. Go to the Amazon Alexa page and sign in with your Amazon account.
3. Navigate to Settings and click the name of your Echo device.
4. Select Bluetooth and click Pair a New Device to link the computer with Echo.
5. When your computer appears in the list of devices to be paired, select it.
6. Play music from iTunes, Windows Media Player, or any other audio program on your PC and hear the sound piped through your Echo.
1. Open the
app on your PC, Mac, or smartphone, and navigate to the
option. Make sure it's switched on.
2. Tell Alexa, "Connect to a new Bluetooth device."
3. From your smartphone or computer, click the Echo option once it appears in the device list to establish a connection.
4. Any content you play through your device, including your iTunes library, will now stream to Alexa.
As you can see from above steps, you can stream local music from your computer to Amazon Echo devices. So download Apple Music to mp3 and stream them from your computer if Apple Music for Alexa is not available in your country. Another benefit of this method is that you can still stream the songs even after Apple Music subscription as you have saved them to your computer in DRM-free format.
Pazusoft Apple Music Converter is highly recommended by many iTunes and Apple Music users. It is designed to convert Apple Music songs to MP3, FLAC, AAC, WAC, or other popular formats with lossless quality kept. By using Pazusoft Apple Music Converter, you can keep your favorite Apple Music songs on your Echo Dot, and enjoy them even your subscription ends. The following is the detailed tutorial to guide you on how to play Apple Music on Echo Dot via Pazusoft Apple Music Converter.
Download Apple Music songs/albums/playlists to MP3, M4A, etc.
Here's how to download songs, albums and playlists from Apple Music to MP3.
Download, install and run Pazu Apple Music Converter on your Mac or Windows.
Click the key icon to activate the full version if you have purchased a license, otherwise you can only use the trial version.
Follow the on-screen instructions to sign in with your Apple ID.
The default format is M4A in 256kbps. Apple Music Converter also supports MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and AIFF. Click icon if you want to change output format or output folder.
Here you can also customize song name format with any combination of Playlist Index, Track Number, Title, Artist and Album.
Or set Pazu Apple Music Converter to archive output song with Artist, Album, Artist/Album or Album/Artist.
Follow the instructions to choose a playlist, artist, or album that you want to download.
Click the Add button to select songs for converting.
All songs in the playlist or album are selected by default. Uncheck the songs you don't want to download if there are any, then click Convert button.
If you are using the trial version, you will get below pop-up window indicating trial version limitations, just click Try if you haven't purchased a license.
The songs you selected will be downloaded to the format you want.
After conversion, click to quickly locate the DRM-free Apple Music songs.
Click to view all downloaded songs. You can check them by converted date, artist or album.
Now, you can listen to the imported music on your Echo Dot.
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