It’s the first of its kind: a deep music and lighting integration that lets sight and sound intertwine. Link your Philips Hue and Spotify accounts to let your lights react to any song.
Philips Hue + Spotify
See your music come to life
Whether you’re relaxing to mood music or channelling your inner rockstar, your music becomes an experience you hear, see and feel.
Set up Philips Hue + Spotify
You only need a few things to use Philips Hue + Spotify: a Hue Bridge, colour-capable lights and any audio device.
Create your space
You’ll need colour-capable lights grouped into an Entertainment area in the Philips Hue app. Don’t have an Entertainment area yet? You can set it up when you link your accounts.
Link your accounts
Open the Sync tab in the Philips Hue app and follow the on-screen instructions to sign in to your Philips Hue and Spotify accounts.
See the sounds
Tap Start sync in the Sync tab and start listening to a song or playlist on any device that’s logged in to your Spotify account — a phone, tablet, or even your computer.
A symphony of light and sound
Philips Hue smart lighting and Spotify music are in perfect harmony. Make the most of your music and change the way you experience it.
Philips Hue generates light scripts to reflect the beat of the music and with Spotify, the algorithm is even more advanced. Light scripts are tuned perfectly to each song, matching the genre, mood and metre.
Personalise the way you sync
Finetune your experience by adjusting the intensity, brightness and even the colour palette of your lights. Your music is personal so your lights should be too.
Use any audio device
No sound system is too small for Philips Hue + Spotify. Use with a complete surround sound system or relax with headphones connected to your phone.
Philips Hue + Spotify works with free or paid Spotify accounts. Create a Spotify account, download the app for your phone or computer and start enjoying the huge library of songs and playlists.
Questions & Answers
*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and colour ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness.