Streaming Music, Podcasts, & Audio How to Add Spotify to a Roku Device Stream your favorite Spotify playlist on Roku by Fionna Agomuoh Writer Fionna Agomuoh is a former freelance contributor to Lifewire. Her writing has appeared in Newsweek, International Business Times, and others. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Fionna Agomuoh Updated on May 01, 2020 Cut The Cord Cut The Cord Introduction Before You Cut the Cord How to Cut the Cord Internet Streaming: What It Is and How It Works Get Internet w/o Cable or Phone Get Internet With a Bluetooth Phone Discover Cable Alternatives Android TV Vue from Playstation AT&T TV Now CBS All Access YouTube TV All About Hulu Sling TV Devices To Have on Hand What are Dongles? Benefits of TV Antennas Apple TV Amazon Fire TV Chromecast The Ultimate Guide to Roku Tweet Share Email Installing or reinstalling Spotify on your Roku device or Roku TV is simple. Both paid Spotify subscribers and free users can install the updated app on Roku devices and enjoy their Spotify playlists or browse for new music. Here's how to add Spotify to your Roku device. All Roku TVs and Roku streaming devices with a model number of 3600 or higher are compatible with the upgraded Spotify app. Roku devices running Roku OS 8.2 or later can use these installation methods. How to Add Spotify From Your Roku Device Add the Spotify app from the Roku Channel Store using your Roku device or Roku TV remote. Search for and select Streaming Channels from the Roku home screen. Search for the Spotify app. Select the Spotify app, and then select add channel. After adding the Spotify channel, either log in to your Spotify account or create a new free account. If you have a Spotify account, log in with a PIN. Go to spotify.com/pair on a computer that's logged in to Spotify, then enter the code displayed on the Roku screen. Select add channel to confirm. The newly added Spotify app is found at the bottom of your channel list. With the Spotify app on Roku, listen to music stored in your Spotify library, search for new music, and do anything you'd normally do with Spotify on your phone or PC. How to Add Spotify From the Roku App You can also use the Roku mobile app to install Spotify. Any changes you make from the mobile app automatically show up on your TV home screen. Open the Roku app on your smartphone and select Channel Store. Search for Spotify or browse the Channel Store to find the Spotify app. Find Spotify under the Music, Most Watched, or New & Notable categories. Select the Spotify app, then select add channel. After adding the Spotify channel, either log in to your Spotify account or create a new free account. If you have a Spotify account, log in with a PIN. Go to spotify.com/pair on a computer that's logged in to Spotify, then enter the code displayed on the Roku screen. With the Roku remote, go to the Roku home page on the TV to find the newly added Spotify app at the bottom of the channel list. Enjoy your Spotify playlists. If the app doesn't show up on your home page after installing from your phone, check to see if your Roku device requires an update. To check for an update on your Roku device, go to Settings > System > System update.