Now You Can Listen To Apple Music On Amazon Echo
Its really good news for the music lovers that they can ask their Amazon Echo to play tunes from Apple Music. This is a big step because Echo had long supported Spotify are now giving services to Apple. Apple has ensured it and these services should be available to the Apple fans where they want them. Before Echo made this up-date, the Apple Music users had either to connect their device to a Blue Tooth or they had to buy an Apple HomePod.
- Open the Alexa app on your phone (you can use Android, too).
- Tap the menu button on the top left.
- Choose “Settings.”
- Select “Music.”
- Tap “Apple Music.”
- Choose “Settings” again from the Apple Music page.
- Tap “Link Account.”
- Log-in with your Apple ID
- Enter in your two-factor authentication code (if you have this enabled.)
- Tap “Allow” to let Alexa access your Apple Music library (“non-personal” information like age, gender and listening activity may be shared with Amazon, according to Apple’s terms.)
- Tap “Done.”
Once you’ve connected your account, it’s time to set it in the default so that Alexa can play music from Apple Music rather than Amazon’s own service.
- Open the Alexa App on your phone.
- Tap the menu button on the top left
- Tap “Settings.”
- Choose “Music.”
- Scroll down to the bottom under “Account Settings” and tap “Default Services.”
- Select “Apple Music.”
And it is done. This is how we ask Alexa to play the Apple music on Amazon Echo.