If you have an Amazon Echo Dot, the question you are probably asking yourself is, “Can Alexa play music from YouTube?” If so, there are two ways to do this: first, you can create a new skill that allows your device to access YouTube, and second, you can install an existing skill that has been approved by Amazon. The first way to do this is to download the Amazon Skills Kit (ASK) and install it on your device. To download the skills, visit the Alexa developer website.
Alternatively, you can also set up your Amazon Echo with other streaming services, such as Apple Music and iHeartRadio. By setting a service as the default for the device, Alexa will automatically switch between the two. Once you’ve done this, you can also choose an artist or genre for your music to play. Once you have done this, you can then tell Alexa to play the music you want.
While YouTube isn’t directly compatible with the Amazon Echo, it does work via Bluetooth. If you use the Alexa on your phone, it will play the music from your phone. If you want to listen to music on YouTube in your car, you can also make the connection with your smartphone. You don’t even have to sign in to the service! But before you connect your music streaming services with your Alexa device, you should make sure to set up Bluetooth.