Amazon’s Alexa app has been revamped with a brand new homescreen and up to date navigation choices. The event was shared by the corporate via a press launch stating that the brand new homescreen will give direct entry to essentially the most frequently-used app options. The replace might be coming to each Android and iOS gadgets and Amazon says it’s rolling out the replace worldwide over the subsequent month. The Alexa app brings Amazon’s voice assistant to telephones that by default use Google’s voice assistant, or their very own, in addition to on iOS gadgets that use Siri.
Alexa app replace options
Amazon says the replace brings extra personalised options to the Alexa app. The revamped homescreen will now present personalised ideas based mostly on what the customers care about most as they proceed to make use of the app. The Alexa button has been moved to the highest of the homescreen from the underside, which, as per Amazon, makes it simpler to seek out it and begin speaking to the voice assistant.
New customers will get ideas on how you can get began with Alexa and use it for numerous issues like enjoying music or handle their purchasing listing. The menu or “Extra” choice that was initially on the prime left of the display screen that brings up extra choices has been moved to the underside proper. The tab now brings choices like “Lists & Notes”, “Reminders & Alarms”, “Routines”, and extra.
This overhaul has been carried out to offer easier navigation and simpler entry to a very powerful options of the app.
The replace is being rolled out worldwide and as per the corporate, ought to attain all customers over the subsequent month. It states that each one customers ought to get the replace by late-August. Will probably be obtainable to obtain from the Google Play retailer or App Retailer when it’s obtainable.
On the time of writing, we have been capable of spot the replace on an iOS gadget (iPhone X) however not on Android. Seems to be, like Android customers in India must wait a bit longer.
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