Control your Libratone ZIPP and ZIPP Mini with Alexa - and set your music free. Enjoy full freedom of voice controlled music. Turn up the volume when it’s time to party or skip a track if the beat gets too mellow.
Your Libratone speaker needs to be registered to your Libratone account in order to work with Alexa. You register your speaker in 4 simple steps: 1. Open your Libratone App. 2. Go to “My profile” from the menu in the top right corner (3 dots). 3. Go to “Registered products”. 4. Click “Register your product” and select it from the list.
To get the best experience with Alexa and Libratone, we advise you to use friendly names. There are two ways to set these names: 1. Open your Libratone App. Select your speaker in Soundspaces and change the name in the settings. 2. Create an Alexa group, like Bedroom or Downstairs, and add the device to the group. More information is available at Create a Smart Home Device Group (http://tinyurl.com/alexa-smart-home-groups).
After registering and naming your Libratone speakers, go to the Alexa app and click the "Enable Skill" button to link your Libratone account with Alexa and discover your devices. Find more information about connecting smart home devices at Connect a Smart Home Device to Alexa (http://tinyurl.com/alexa-smart-home).
That’s it! You are ready to set music free with Libratone and Alexa:
"Alexa, play on (speaker name)" "Alexa, pause on (speaker name)" "Alexa, set volume to (number) on (speaker name)" “Alexa, resume on (speaker name)” “Alexa, stop on (speaker name)” “Alexa, play next on (speaker name)” “Alexa, play previous on (speaker name)” “Alexa, start over on (speaker name)” “Alexa, turn up the volume on (speaker name)” “Alexa, turn down the volume on (speaker name)” “Alexa, mute on (speaker name)” “Alexa, unmute on (speaker name)”
If you have any questions, please visit Libratone Support at https://support.libratone.com.
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I connected my libratone app to my Zipp mini by renaming my device Zipp. The skill is enabled.I go into the Amazon Alexa app and the speaker is found when i search in smart home in the Alexa app. However when i verbally tell Alexa to play in Zipp it does not recognize my device and does not play on my device instead it plays the music though the echo dot. This skill does not work. Please fix. I cant use it at the moment.
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2018
I followed all steps but each time Alexa says it can't find a speaker connected - I also tried to pair through the Alexa skills menu. I have tried multiple configurations ... room name, wifi, bluetooth, different email addresses as well as resetting the speaker but nothing allows me to connect to Alexa. All I get is "I do not see any speaker that can play music" despite the app showing the speaker if I add as a a smart device. Have sent a note to Libratone and will update if I resolve. Based on reviews above my guess is the software is still very glitchy. Hope they figure it out as this would be a nice add. 3.6.18 - update ... customer service from Libratone for Alexa support was a total disaster - no use whatsoever. I ended up giving up and have moved across to Sonos. Libratone is now relegated to the basement gym. Too bad as it has good sound, but get with the times guys!!
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
This is what I did: Lauch Alexa app > press home > press 3 lines on upper left corner > press settings > press device settings > press your echo dot > press Bluetooth devices > press blue tap at center bottom of screen saying pair device. With your Libratone Zipp turned on press the bird (nightingale) on top of speaker to enable pairing mode and Alexa app will pair it and hopefully you’ll be hearing Alexa through you Zipp.
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
I want to connect these to my Alexa device. The instructions I'm finding keep directing me to do things that are related to the older versions of the Alexa app. Although Libratone has updated the firmware to make these compatible with newer Alexa connectivity, the instructions to set it up are outdated now.
Finally! Been super frustrated with the cost of the speaker but no real voice commands. The instructions to set up with Alexa are a bit wonky. So I spent a long time trying to "add" the Dot to "my devices" list in the libratone app. Register your libratone device with libratone app. Then leave that app, open Alexa app--search for libratone skill--enable--wake up your libratone device before "searching" for devices in Alexa app. Once it finds your libratone it will listed with your Smart Home stuff. I asked Alexa to play, pause, turn up volume on my libratone speaker. All worked great!