Alexa Voice Control is Now Available to Amazon Music App
The news will make Amazon music app users rejoice. Amazon has announced that it is bringing Alexa voice control to the Amazon Music app on iOS and Android devices.
Alexa Voice Control for Amazon Music App
It will enable listeners to use voice controls with their music. As of now, the feature is available to the users in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Australia.
Users can also now request their favorite songs, artist, or music depending on the various activities or moods they are indulged at that moment or moods like “road trips” or “running.
Now, onward you can request alexa to help you to play a song where you don’t know the name of the track, but only the lyrics. Both of the abilities were already there for Echo owners.
Alexa-powered Eco speakers are ideally used for executing tasks like asking for the weather, the news, or setting timers and reminders. So, there are chances that Amazon would offer similar voice controls via Alexa in its native music app.
Earlier, Amazon had added Alexa to main Amazon app and later this summer the feature was brought to users of the Amazon app on Android.
Alexa-Amazon integration will currently be available to the users who have the latest version of Amazon music app on their iOS or Android devices. If you haven’t yet updated your Amazon music app, get its upgraded version from respective play stores.
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