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How to Play Apple Podcasts On Alexa & Amazon Echo

Play Apple Podcasts On Alexa
Written by Hassan Abbas

Do you want to play Apple Podcasts on Alexa? In this article, we’ve covered some helpful articles for using Alexa and Amazon smart speakers with Apple services like Apple Music and iCloud Calendar. And now we’ll display you one more, how to play Apple Podcasts with Alexa.

If you have an Amazon speaker rather than HomePod, like the Amazon Echo, then this is quite handy. You can also listen to the Apple Podcasts that you subscribe to while cooking, changing a diaper, or folding laundry as you don’t want to choose your Apple device.

Get the Alexa skill for Apple Podcasts

The very first thing you want to do is grab the Apple Podcasts skill for Alexa. Also, open up your Amazon Alexa app and then follow these steps.

Step 1:

Initially, click the menu button on the top left and select Skills & Games.

Step 2:

Also, using the search at the top, input “Apple Podcasts”. Also, you can use this direct link to the Apple Podcasts skill on Amazon if you’re on your device.

Step 3:

Choose the Apple Podcasts skill from the results and then click Enable to Use. However, if you’re asked to link your account, simply follow the prompts.

Step 4:

Once turn on, you can click the arrow at the top to move back or take a moment to check some phrases to use in the Start By Saying section.

You can provide Alexa commands like:

  • “Alexa, play Let’s Talk iOS on Apple Podcasts”
  • “Alexa, resume Let’s Talk iOS on Apple Podcasts”
  • “Alexa, pause”
  • “Alexa, resume”


If you have an Amazon smart speaker, then you use it in as several ways as you can, right? The new Apple Podcasts skill is an alternative way to enjoy your speaker and your podcasts from any room in your home.

Have you ever use Alexa to connect to your apps or other Apple services? If so, what are your favorite skills? Let us know your thoughts below!

Till then! Peace Out 😎

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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