Posted November 15, 2018 07:24:17I was a bit disappointed that the Echo’s Alexa voice command feature wasn’t available to play a bunch of games, especially since there’s no way to control the console’s controller via a smartphone or tablet.
But Amazon is now launching a feature called “just informed” which allows Alexa users to set up their console as a streaming device that will let them play games in a way that makes sense for them.
The service works like this: A game’s settings page shows you a list of games that it supports.
Tap a game’s title, and you can tell Alexa how to play it on the console.
Then, you can ask Alexa to play that game with you in the same way you’d ask it to play any other video game.
It also works for other types of games and movies, like streaming sports.
The feature is available on all Alexa devices (though not all of them, so you might want to ask your local Amazon store to help you find it).
The company is also announcing support for more games and more games in general.
The Alexa app has a lot of useful stuff for you to do with it, and if you’re looking for something to do while you’re waiting for Alexa to update to the latest version, the company says it has a bunch more to offer.
The Echo is one of the best games for streaming on a TV, and the company is working on new games for that.
You can also get in on the ground floor of a smart TV and create your own games.
If you want to get into the weeds of Amazon’s latest announcement, you’ll want to check out the official Amazon Echo developer guide .
It’s filled with great advice, useful tips, and tips for using Alexa in your own homes.
You’ll find a lot more info on the company’s website.