Alexa is officially hands-free for Windows 10 PCs starting this week.
According to an emailed press release from Amazon, the online retailer and technology company released a new version of its Alexa app for Windows 10 PCs, and its most notable feature is that Windows 10 users now have hand-free access to Amazon’s flagship voice assistant.
The new version of the Alexa app was released on Monday, May 6. The hands-free feature of the app, essentially allows users to access
The updated Alexa app will also include support for playing music through Pandora.
The Alexa app was first made available for Windows 10 PCs in November. The original version (much like the current one) included features that allowed users to play music, retrieve useful information, and even use your PC “to control certain
It is worth mentioning, however, that the new version of the Alexa app for PCs still cannot be used to set up an Amazon Echo device. The Windows 10
If you already have the Alexa app downloaded on your Windows 10 PC, it should automatically update itself the next time you open it. The latest version of the
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