Several lucky users of Amazon Music will soon be able to control their tunes just by using their voice. The American users of the app, together with those from UK, Austria, and Germany, will benefit from Alexa’s voice control options directly into the app. This service has just been integrated, and should soon be rolled out to all Android and iOS users.
Voice control on the Amazon Music app
Get ready for the Amazon Music musical experience on another level, and for the amazing option to handle it remotely just by using your voice. Therefore, Alexa will mix the regular voice control you are already used to with the experience of managing a music app.
Once you launch your Amazon Music app, getting Alexa paired with it is extremely simple. The app has an integrated function called push-to-talk. Once you activate that feature, you will be able to use Alexa to take control of your music, and everything in your app.
There’s a lot you can do with Alexa on the music app
Apart from using Amazon Music remotely, you can also benefit from some exclusive commands. In case you want some song recommendations, Alexa will give them to you. Also, it might find tunes related to something you are currently listening to, or it can find music from a movie or a show.
If you are interested in music strictly belonging to a genre, or want some recommendations to fit your morning workout routine, Alexa has it all. This music app has never been easier to use, mixing usefulness with a friendly design.
Alexa was already available for Amazon Music users if they used Echo speakers. Now, it’s the first time when they will benefit from the service on their mobiles as well. If you want voice control on the app, don’t forget to update Amazon Music to the latest version, and get ready to enjoy a delightful experience.
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