Ever felt that your smart home assistant's voice doesn't quite match your aesthetic or mood? Well, Alexa is lending an ear to your preferences. There's a charm in personalizing every tiny detail of our gadgets, and Amazon's Alexa isn't one to be left behind.
First up, here's how you can adjust her accent.
Maybe "Alexa" feels a tad too mainstream for you now. How about waking up your device with a more unique call? There are a few options to choose from, but for this example, we'll go with "Ziggy."
Just like that, your former Alexa smart speaker is now the Ziggy smart speaker.
Ever felt that Alexa is getting a bit too intuitive? It's understandable, since she can do things for you based on what you usually do, thanks to Alexa Hunches. For instance, when you say, "Goodnight," she will offer to turn off the lights if that's what you usually do, or you can let her act on her hunches without asking you first. So, if her hunches are more eerie than endearing, here's how to switch them off:
At last, Amazon's Alexa has taken a stride toward individuality by allowing us to tailor her accent to match our preferences. From British charm to a unique wake word like "Ziggy," the process is as simple as a few taps in the Alexa app. And for those moments when Alexa’s intuition feels a bit too much, you can now effortlessly turn off Hunches Suggestions, putting you in control of your smart assistant’s behavior once and for all.
If you could give Alexa any new feature, what would it be? Maybe she answers in puns and dad jokes? Or perhaps sings lullabies in an operatic voice? The more creative, the better! Let us know by writing us at Cyberguy.com/Contact
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