How to Move Music with Alexa on Amazon Echo Devices


Chris Monroe / CNET

Despite all the attention around Alexa, Amazon’s Echo speakers are first and foremost speakers. You can stream music from platforms like Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora, and more.

Now you can take this music with you from room to room or even from room to car in headphones. Asking Alexa to move your audio to another device, group, or room is a great way to manage songs hands-free. This is how it works.

Move between devices

Chances are you can play music on other Echo devices that aren’t speakers or on your smartphone. Audio in motion also works on these devices.

For Echo buds, you’ll want to put on your headphones, connect them to your phone, and ask, “Alexa, move my music here.”

If you have a Auto echo in your car, you can move the music around by saying “Alexa, pause” on your home speaker. Once you are in your car with your phone connected to the Echo Auto, ask “Alexa, resume music”.

Switching from an Echo speaker to an Echo speaker throughout the house is also simple. Say “Alexa, pause” on the device that’s playing, followed by “Alexa, resume music here” or “Alexa, resume radio here” on the device you want to move music to.

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Move between groups

If you have multiple Amazon Echo speakers in your home, chances are you’ve added them to a group like “living room” or “kitchen.” You can move audio between groups, just like moving it between devices. Say: “Alexa, move my podcast in the kitchen” or “Alexa, move my music in the kitchen”.

These audio moving tips will help you seamlessly enjoy your songs and podcasts without lifting a finger. from google Nest Mini smart speakers and Apple HomePod Mini can also transfer audio between devices.

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