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Stream Apple Music on Amazon Echo to Enjoy Outloud

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Amazon Echo has some core uses like controlling compatible smart home gadgets, recurring alarms, kitchen timers, playing news etc, But as a small speakers and music players, is capable of playing streaming music and podcasts from Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify, Pandora and iHeartRadio built-in supports. So can I play other streaming music service like Apple Music on Amazon Echo? Of course you can play Apple Music songs on Echo from phone or tablet by via Bluetooth. Besides, we’d like to introduce another useful way to play Apple Music songs on Echo without needing phones or tablets, and you just need to tell Alexa to play it.

Stream Apple Music on Amazon Echo

Part 1: Stream Apple Music on Amazon Echo via Bluetooth

Because Apple Music is not the built-in support on Amazon Echo, it's impossible to play Apple Music on Echo via Alexa voice control. You need to connect your iPhone, Android or tablets to Amazon Echo via Bluetooth for playback Apple Music correctly on Echo.

Now let's take iPhone as an example. Click Settings icon > tap on Bluetooth. Then you will see Amazon Echo device after searching and just pair it with iPhone.

Connect iPhone to Amazon Echo via Bluebooth

Part 2: Upload Apple Music Songs to Amazon for Playback on Echo

You probably wonder how to upload Apple Music songs to Amazon, because all Apple Music files downloaded are protected to limit the edit and transfer. It sounds impossible to upload Apple Music songs to Amazon under this circumstance. So before uploading Apple Music songs to Amazon, we will show you how to remove the protection from Apple Music songs first to make the songs editable and transportable.

Here Sidify Apple Music Converter is a handy tool you can use to remove protection from Apple Music songs (iTunes M4P music and Audiobooks also are included) and convert them to plain formats like MP3, AAC, WAV, or FLAC at fast conversion speed, and the lossless audio quality will be preserved after conversion.

Now let's take a look at how to remove protection from Apple Music songs and upload the converted Apple Music songs to Amazon for playback on Echo.

Guide to Convert Apple Music to MP3 Player

Things You'll Need:

  • A Computer running Mac OS or Windows OS
  • The latest version of iTunes
  • Sidify Apple Music Converter
  • li>Any type of Amazon Ech

Step 1 Add Apple Music Songs to Sidify Apple Music Converter

Here we take Windows PC as an example to show the tutorial.

Run Sidify Apple Music Converter on your PC after installation and iTunes will be automatically launched and disappear quickly. Then click Add music button to select the downloaded Apple Music songs you want to convert with Sidify.

Add Apple Music files

Step 2 Choose the Output Format You Like

Click Setting button on the top right of Sidify interface and here a window would pop up to let you choose output format as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC. You can adjust the output quality up to the highest 320 Kbps for the best audio quality.

Set output as MP3

Step 3 Start Conversion and Check the Conversion History

Once all the settings finished, you can click on the "Convert" to start converting Apple Music songs you choose. After finish converting, you can click History button to find the converted Apple Music files.

Converting Apple Music

How to Upload the Converted Apple Music Songs to Amazon

To play personal music from Apple Music on your Alexa device, you can upload the converted Apple Music songs to My Music on Amazon from your Mac or PC. After you finishing uploading music, you can ask Alexa to play your Apple Music songs on Amazon Echo and control playback with simple voice commands. The free users of Amazon can upload up to 250 songs to My Music. The subscribers can upload up to 250,000 songs.

Step 1 Run Amazon Music app on your PC or Mac and log in your ID, then drag and drop files from your computer into the Upload selection in the right sidebar under Actions.

Step 2 Select My Music > Songs > choose Offline filter in the right navigation sidebar and click the upload icon to choose the converted Apple Music files or folder to upload.

Select music or music folder to upload to Amazon

Step 3 Start ulpoading Apple Music songs to Amazon.

Start uploading music to Amazon

After finishing uploading the converted Apple Music songs, now you can access Apple Music songs on Amazon through Alexa. You can go to your any Amazon Echo devices to play music via the voice control.

Note : The free trial version of Sidify Apple Music Converter only converts three minutes of each audio file. If you want to unlock the time limitation, you can purchase the full version of Sidify with $39.95.

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