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Voice control your favorite music with Spotify on Google Home and Google Nest.

Link Spotify to your Google Home or Google Nest

  1. Make sure your mobile device is connected to the same WiFi as your Google device.
  2. Open the Google Home app.
  3. Tap Account in the top-right.
  4. Verify that the Google Account shown is the one linked to your Google Home or Google Nest device. To switch accounts, tap another account or Add another account.
  5. Back on the home screen, tap + in the top-left, then Music and audio.
  6. Select Spotify and tap Link Account, then Log in to Spotify.
    Note: If you don’t already have a Spotify account, you can create one at this point. Afterwards, you’ll need to start the account link process from the beginning.

Voice commands

Once you’ve linked your Spotify account to Google Home, you can ask it to play your favorite music

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Just say, 'OK Google', then...

  • “Play my Discover Weekly on Spotify”.
  • “Turn up the volume on Spotify”.
  • “Play some rock music on Spotify”.
  • “Pause this song on Spotify”.
  • Check out more voice commands on the Google Home support site.

Tip: You can also control the Spotify app on your Android with Google Assistant.


Nope! You can make Spotify the default player on your Google home so you don’t have to specify “on Spotify”. Google Home gives you the option to do this when you ask it to play music, simply say “yes” to agree.

You can also make Spotify the default player manually:

  1. In the Google Home app, tap Account in the top-right.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Music under services.
  4. Select Spotify to set it as the default music player for your Google home.

Listen on another account using Google Voice Match

To listen on another Spotify account, you can use Google Voice Match.

Note: All Google Home accounts need to be linked to Spotify. Follow the steps above under Get started to link Spotify to Google Home.

Listen on another account by unlinking the current Spotify account

You can unlink the current Spotify account from your Google Home with these steps:

  1. In the Google Home app, tap Account in the top-right.

  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Music under services.
  4. Tap UNLINK.
  5. Then, follow the steps above under Get started to link Spotify to Google Home.

Need help?

For help setting up and troubleshooting, check out the Google Home support site.

Check out other articles on our support site for help with your Spotify account,payments, or if you can’t play music.

Spotify and Google have partnered on a special offer for UK premium subscribers to claim a Google Nest Mini.

It’s a significant incentive for new and existing subscribers as Spotify aims to consolidate its No.1 position in the UK. Despite Google having its own sister audio streaming company, YouTube Music, it has an established smart speaker partnership with Spotify.

The free offer is available to all new and existing Spotify Premium individual, Family, Duo and Student master account holders in the UK, who can claim a Nest Mini as part of their subscription.


The partnership enables Spotify subscribers to stream songs and playlists on Spotify by speaking to Google Assistant via the second-generation Nest Mini.

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Spotify is also planning to roll out new features with Google that make it easier to discover and listen on Nest Mini.


The streaming giant has designed a more seamless set-up experience as part of the bundled offer, with more Google commands coming out soon. The offer is available while supplies last.

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