Try out this Easter: Whatever you want to ask that your Amazon Echo


If you are tired of gorging yourself on chocolate and hot cross buns, Amazon gets you covered. The business has included two or three seasonal treats for the Amazon Echo and Echo series gadgets to celebrate the Easter bank holiday weekend. Whether you utilize chatty AI helper Alexa in an Amazon Echo, a smartphone, or even a Fire TV, you will have the ability to try these new tricks.

As always, you will have to use the aftermath word “Alexa” before any of these commands. This title functions as a power button to your speaker, signally to Amazon, which you will issue a control because of its digital assistant. Rather than just talking to some spouse in the kitchen.

Ahead of Easter Sunday, Alexa fans may use their Echo or Fire TV gadgets that will help count the days down by requesting “Alexa, the number of days before Easter?”. Amazon has added an identical feature before Christmas Day and other holidays.

On the day itself, there are two chief controls to attempt with your Amazon Echo. Some of the examples are below. 

  • “Alexa, do the Easter rap.”
  • “Alexa, is the Easter Bunny real?”

Besides the Easter-themed tricks, Amazon has also emphasized some new secrets to try out with Alexa. The Seattle-based retail giant is adding new features to its talkative helper constantly — remember as it included a reference to the Handforth Parish Council hours following the meeting with Jackie Weaver went viral?! — although not all these can be fresh.

However, a part of the pleasure of owning a wise house gadget such as Amazon Echo or even Google Nest is testing out the new capabilities.

Listed below are a few of the newest Alexa controls you can try out this weekend

  • “Alexa, what’s a soulmate?”
  • “Alexa, sing ‘Baby Shark'”
  • “Alexa, up, down, down, left, right, left, right.”
  • “Alexa, hasta la vista, baby”
  • “Alexa, play songs I haven’t heard recently.”
  • “Alexa, what’s on your mind?”
  • “Alexa, play Harry Potter Quiz.”
  • “Alexa, sing a love song.”

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