Amazon recently rolled out an update to beef up Alexa’s basic features. Here’s a look at how to create reminders or set multiple timers on your Echo device.
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We have shown you how to add your Google or Outlook Calendar to Amazon Echo and If you live in the Apple universe, here’s how to add your iCloud Calendar.
Recently, Amazon promoted it has over 10,000 of these add-ons. We thought it would be fun to review our favorites here at groovyPost and which ones to avoid.
If you’re new to Amazon’s Echo devices and Alexa, here’s a look at some cool things you can set up to get more out of your device and the digital assistant.
Alexa can play music, podcasts, radio, and Audible books. But did you know Alexa can also read some of your Kindle eBooks too. Here’s how to set it up.
If you have an Amazon Alexa device like the Echo or Echo Dot, the Flash News Briefing skill is a way to get caught up on the news. Here’s how to set it up and customize it.
Do you find the default sound of Alexa’s voice on Echo to be bland and robotic? Here’s how to change it up with a British accent or Sprechen Deutsch.
One of the latest new Alexa features built into Echo devices is the ability to connect, sync, and check events on your Microsoft account calendar.
A missing feature of Alexa is the ability to set an alarm sound to your favorite music track(s). Here’s how to do it via your mobile device and Spotify.
There’s no shortage of third-party skills you can add to an Echo device, but there are fun features already included. Here’s how to set celebrity sounds as an alarm.
If you own an Amazon Echo device and are concerned about privacy, you’ll want to delete your voice recordings from the cloud. Here’s how.
We know that the Echo and Alexa can perform useful and practical tasks…but where’s the fun? Here’s a look at some of our favorite Easter egg commands.
Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa, is convenient. But surprise items might end up at your doorstep. Here’s how to prevent accidental voice purchases.
If you own an Amazon Echo device, with Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa, you might not be a fan of the default wake word. Here’s how to change it.