Amazon Echo has a soundtrack for each activity in your life
August 3, 2017 - Kindle Unlimited
Amazon’s Alexa can now respond to your ungainly ask to play “hook-up music.”
Building on aintelligent speaker’s core use as — we know — a speaker, Amazon on Thursday rolled out 500 new voice commands for a device to let people ask for strain set to opposite activities. These commands are accessible for people that have Amazon Prime Music, that is enclosed with a $99 Prime membership, and Amazon Music Unlimited, that costs $4 monthly for Echo owners.
The commands work as another tiny approach for Amazon to bond a inclination and services together, in hopes to gripping people subscribed to Prime as good as a monthly subscriptions such as Audible, Music Unlimited and Kindle Unlimited.
Alexa strain commands already enclosed requests to play specific kinds of genre, epoch or mood, and let people hunt for a strain around lyrics. Meditation was a many requested activity that’s now available. Amazon also threw in commands to play strain for partying, eating, snooze time and removing pumped. People can also mix strain genres with activities to ask for, say, “classical strain for sleeping” or “country strain for running.”