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Now Amazon Alexa App Released In India For iOS And Android

Now Amazon Alexa App Released In India For iOS And Android

Earlier this month, Amazon rolled out in India its Echo series of Alexa-powered smart speakers and the costing begins from Rs 4,499. And to set up and direct these Echo speakers, a user needs the Amazon Alexa app; and the firm has rolled out the app just in time in the country. The early buyers will be receiving their speaker later this week. The app will be available for Android as well as iOS smartphones.

Ahead of that, the Alexa app is helpful in putting in new skills, rapidly altering settings, checking your earlier requests, creating new routines, and seeing what’s playing. The application is also the place where one can go through their to-do list when they are out shopping, for individuals who like the ease of generating lists by speaking to a voice assistant.

Prior to the launch of Echo, Amazon has joined forces with local brands and companies to generate India-specific skills, which consists of the likes of Ola, NDTV, Sportskeeda, Saavn, Times of India, and Syska among others.

For music streaming, Amazon has joined forces with TuneInRadio and Saavn. Although the firm has declared that it will roll out the Amazon Prime Music streaming service, however, there is no fixed date for it so far. Recently, the firm uncovered the second-generation Echo speakers—Echo Dot, Echo Plus, and Echo. All the speakers have a lower price and a new look.

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If one already has an Echo device and desires to access the local skills, comprising the facility to request for local traffic and weather, your best stake entails launch it from scratch. While setup, one can then opt English (India) from the 4 language alternatives, although they will require bearing with the accent. Also, they will require switching their dwelling address to India, to make certain it functions properly.

The Alexa application also has an alternative to organize the Amazon Tap, which is not yet accessible in India. That is good news for individuals who have a Tap and might like it to function effortlessly here. Might be we will have the Tap coming soon to India as well.

On the other hand, Google has analogous smart speakers set—Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, and Google Home. Nevertheless, none of these speakers have been yet rolled out in India. Also, Microsoft has tied up with Harman Kardon to unveil Harman Kardon Evoke—a new Cortana-powered smart speaker. Also, Apple has uncovered Apple HomePod—its own Siri-powered smart speaker that is said to have outstanding sound quality.

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