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Spotify Kids

For: Premium Family plans

Spotify Kids is an app with singalongs, soundtracks, and playlists, all handpicked by our experts.

With this playground of sound, your kids can:

  • Have their own account
  • Discover and listen to family-friendly audio
  • Play their favorites offline and ad-free
  • Select an avatar and color theme
  • And, you can control their settings.

Download Spotify Kids from the iOS App Store or Google Play.

Log in and create Kids accounts

The Premium Family plan manager logs in with the same email address and password used for the Spotify app.

Tip: Usually log in with Facebook or Apple? Tap LOG IN WITHOUT PASSWORD and enter the email address registered to your account. We’ll email you a link to log in.

The first time you log in, you’ll set a PIN so only you can control the settings.

You’re then prompted to create a Kids account. To create more Kids accounts, see “Manage Kids account settings”.

Each Kids account takes up 1 slot in the family plan (out of a maximum of 6).

Manage Kids account settings

For: Premium Family plan managers

In the Grown ups  settings you can:

  • Create and delete Kids accounts
  • Edit each child’s name and date of birth
  • Share playlists created by the plan manager
  • Block content from playing
  • Choose which type of audio is best for each child

To get to Grown ups:

  1. Tap the avatar in the top-left.
  2. Tap Grown ups and enter your PIN.
    Tip: Tap Forgot PIN? if you can’t remember it.

Shared playlists

Share playlists you create in the Spotify app with your children in the Kids app:

  1. Tap the avatar in the top-left.
  2. Tap Grown ups and enter your PIN.
  3. Tap Shared Playlists.
  4. Pick the playlist you'd like to share.
    Tip: Preview it to make sure it's suitable. Songs with explicit lyrics are marked E.
  5. Tap Share.

When you share a playlist with your kids:

  • Your kids hear all songs in the playlist, including any explicit songs.
  • If you add/remove songs from the playlist, it updates for them too.
  • They don’t hear podcast episodes.

You can review songs and cover art before sharing a playlist with your child. When you choose playlists to share, tap a playlist to see tracks in that playlist.

Your child’s privacy

We take children’s privacy very seriously. The name and age you enter for each Spotify Kids account is fully encrypted.

You can find more information in our Terms and Conditions.

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