Amazon Fire TV Will Now Read Your Kindle Books – Good E
May 21, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
The Amazon Fire 4K TV has only gained new functionality to review your Kindle Books. Called Kindle Books by Alexa, a use allows a robotic voice of Alexa to review any book in your Kindle ebook library.
The Fire TV can read Kindle e-books aloud that are in your personal collection, or have been borrowed from a a Kindle Lending Library and Kindle Unlimited. Obviously we won’t get a same form of audio knowledge as we would find with veteran narrators on Audible, though there is something constrained about a streaming media box reading an e-book to you.
To get Alexa reading, we simply complete one of a following phrases: Alexa, review “[Kindle book title],” or “Alexa, review my Kindle book.” If we wish to miscarry a reading, we only tell Alexa to “pause,” and when you’re prepared to listen again we say, “resume my book.” You can also tell Alexa to go “forward” or “back” while reading any of your books.
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