Amazon Alexa review
Users can keep their contacts stored on their device, and make calls even when they are not at home. Echo allows users to make video calls to other Alexa app or Echo Show users quickly and easily. Users can also use the Drop In feature which acts almost like a walkie-talkie, to make a quick drop in call to check up on a friend, send a quick message to a colleague, or check in on your baby while you’re on the road. The Amazon Alexa app requires users with Android 5.0 or newer in order to get. The set-up and get is simple, by using your internet connection to initiate the set-up process and get started.
Users can also stream live music and radio, watch news, and get pertinent updates through the Amazon Alexa app’s voice run intuitive interface. The Alexa app has a highly intuitive software which recognizes users’ speech, preferences and vocabulary, in order to adapt and change with its users. User can also use the voice feature to generate lists and memos on the smart app for added convenience.
The Amazon Alexa app has a super simple set-up process that guides you through the initiation step-by-step, and connects automatically to your Wi-Fi. Once the set-up is complete users can access the app remotely from any location, and call any other users who have the app installed on their device.
Cross-Platform Use 8/10
The Amazon Alexa app is supported for use on devices that run Android 5.0 or greater.
The Amazon Alexa app is a highly intuitive software that boasts a wide range of video and voice calling features and so much more. It is a smart software that keeps users connected through one app, and allows for voice and video calls between users, as well as music streaming and much more.