Whether you’re on the go, or in the home but nowhere near your app. For example, it’s useful if you need certainly to or in your property. It may possibly also simply be useful to avoid yelling at your Amazon Echo from another room to — just ask your phone to play it in your speaker., you can still access Alexa in your speaker with just your voice. A fresh Amazon feature now lets you go hands-free in the Alexa
To use the new feature, open the Alexa app in your phone and tap the blue Alexa icon at the bottom of the screen. A window will open that says Use Alexa hands-free. Tap Turn On to start using the new tool.
To go completely touch-free, you can say, “Hey, Siri” in your iPhone ($699 at Apple) or “Hey, Google” on your Android phone, followed by, “Open the Alexa app.” Note when your phone is locked, you’ll need certainly to unlock it before the app could be opened.
You’ll need certainly to update to the latest version of the Alexa app in order to utilize the new hands-free feature. If you still do not see it, have patience because Amazon says it’s still rolling the feature out to users through the end of July. Also, it won’t be available on phones with Alexa hands-free already built in.
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