Say Hello To Alexa On Android

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Say Hello To Alexa On Android

Amazon continues its mobile journey – as TechCrunch reported, the company has added voice integration to Alexa for the Android app. The initial rollout will be available via Google Play and the Amazon Appstore. Until now, the app has primarily served as a tool for managing settings of the devices powering the voice assistant, such

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