Amazon’s Alexa is the only major competitor to Google’s Voice Assistant in the market. As there wasn’t any new major updates or improvements in Siri for the past few months, one can clearly say that Apple’s voice assistant is not even in the game. No offence Apple fans, but that’s the truth. While Google has made its voice assistant advance in almost all the ways possible, the Apple on the other hand disappointed its fans on this regard.
If you are an Android user, you are probably using the default Google Assistant app as your digital voice assistant. If you want to give that position to Amazon’s Alexa, you are at the right place right now. Here in this post, I am going to guide you on how you can make Amazon’s Alexa as the default voice assistant on your Android phone.
How to use Alexa as default Voice Assistant on Android?
- Install Amazon’s Alexa App on your mobile.
- After installing, log into your Amazon account.
- Navigate to Settings > Apps & notifications and tap Advanced on your Android phone.
- Go to Default apps > Assist & voice input > Assist app.
- Since following the aforementioned steps will make the Amazon Alexa app available on your phone, all you will have to do now is just choose the Amazon Alexa in the options.
- To launch Amazon Alexa anytime, just press and hold the home button of your phone.
- You will be asked to give permissions such as location and microphone accesses the first time you launch the voice assistant.
- This way of making Amazon Alexa app comes with advantages and disadvantages. If you are someone who relies on Amazon’s apps very often, then it will be extremely useful for you.
At the same time , installing this app also means that you will no longer have the privilege to enjoy the hands free service. I am referring to the “Ok Google” hot keyword using which you can wake up the Google Assistant.
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