Amazon’s updated Alexa application puts your most-used features in advance
Amazon’s Alexa application is at last getting a genuinely necessary patch up. Beginning today, the Alexa application will have a totally different home screen with updated navigation that features Alexa-centric skills and a more personalized experience. Third-party skills have additionally been moved off the primary screen for all the more first-party features.
The fundamental screen will presently have personalized recommendations dependent on your Alexa usage. So in the event that you use Alexa to play music a great deal or control your smart home, you’ll see those commands unmistakably included on the screen. As per Amazon, clients will see controls for as of now active features, so you could, for instance, modify the volume level for the Echo Buds at that moment. First-time clients, then again, will see recommendations on the most proficient method to begin with Alexa, just as how to use other Amazon services like Amazon Music or how to add to their Amazon shopping list.
The Alexa button is currently on the top rather than the bottom, which Amazon says will make it simpler to discover. Furthermore, you can likewise simply say “Alexa” to activate it hands-free, which is a feature that was declared not long ago.
The “More” button has additionally been upgraded from a nondescript hamburger menu on the top left to a actual arrangement on the main navigation bar. Here is the place you would go to access features like Reminders, Routines, Skills, Settings and more.
Amazon is revealing this feature throughout the following month, and anticipates that everybody should have it by late August. The update is accessible for Android, iOS and the Fire OS.