Amazon Alexa calling can now be used on tablets


The feature is now rolling out within the Amazon Alexa app on iOS and Android.

As reported by Engadget, Amazon is bringing Alexa calling (including video calls) and messaging to tablets. If you have a Fire 7, Fire HD 8 or older Fire tablet, you'll have to first press the home button to initiate a call or send a message. Amazon has also revealed that users will now be able to use Alexa to make video/voice calls and send messages from tablets. One fix will involve disabling the phrase: "Alexa, laugh", and they have also changed the command to "Alexa, can you laugh?" It reduces the stress of asking the assistant to perform multiple actions. If you don't give out the next command within five seconds, then Alexa will simply go back to sleep, and you will need to say "Hey, Alexa" to wake her up.

Follow-Up-Mode feature is opt-in, and you will have to turn it on from the Echo settings. This new feature will be available on all tablets, including iOS and Android.

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The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot are pretty similar in functionality, but the main difference is that the Echo Dot is much smaller and doesn't have as great of a speaker inside. While this is all good news for the Alexa app, there are a couple drawbacks and limitations we need to tell you about.

Alexa: "OK, the heat is set to 68". In order to use this functions on Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet, you just need to speak to the Alexa regarding the same. In addition, there were messaging features and the ability to make calls using the Alexa app through one's smartphone.