Amazon has a new Alexa feature that will turn your Echo smart speakers into intercoms for your home. This means that if you're just looking for a way to make your home smarter, these bundles could be worth taking a look at which you can find on Amazon's website. Instead of reading your message in her own voice, Alexa will make a chiming noise through every Echo in your house, then repeat an audio recording of what you said. You definitely shouldn't expect a tablet's speakers to outperform the regular Echo, but a hands-free Alexa could be convenient when you're traveling.
Amazon Echos in Canada just got a little more useful.
Wouldn't it be nice if Alexa could help you hurry your family along or maybe announce that dinner is ready?
AWS also announces a new low-priced storage offering called Simple Storage Service (S3) One Zone Infrequent Access. As with other Alexa features, we can expect to see Amazon gradually roll Announcements out more widely in the coming weeks and months. So be sure to take note of your current settings before you opt in for new features. Well, Alexa Routines offer one-word control over devices in your smart home. For instance, if you say "Alexa, announce that dinner is ready", the voice assistant will repeat that through all connected Echo speakers.
The Amazon Key app will let you remotely lock and unlock your door, and you can also use it to view your door by watching your Cloud Cam's security feed. The company recently added a new skill that enables users to create their Amazon Music Playlist using voice commands.