5/5 rating based on 1200 reviews. Read all reviews for Amazon Alexa for iPhone.
Amazon Alexa is free iOS app published by AMZN Mobile LLC
Need to repeat so many time and sometime it just works fine !!!
I’m a massage therapist and she stops playing after 30 minutes!??
Poor UX: which includes discovery of features and secondly performance is horrible. Management of device is difficult to manage/unnot intuitively placed.
Having trouble deleting a station that I did test I accidentally played it and Alexa misinterpreted I do not see how to delete it
I like to tap
I tried connecting my Alexa to my app many times and it just wouldn’t connect for some reason. I tried deleting the app and getting it back and that didn’t work so then I thought that it was a problem with my physical Alexa so I bought a new one. The same exact thing happened, I tried connecting it, there was the orange ring, and everything else. But the app just wasn’t connecting to any of my Alexas. I am furious right now because I have two Alexas that I can’t use because of a problem with the app. I suggest that you don’t buy an Alexa because this could definitely happen to you as well, and I also suggest that you should just stay away from the whole Alexa app as well.
I don’t know the genius is that thought it would be a great idea to change the color modes, but they must be retarded if they think it’s a good idea. I can’t even change the mode in the app? Who comes up with this crap?
Switching between light and dark mode for the app is dependent on your phone. I like my phone to be on light mode but I prefer the dark mode Alexa app. Why couldn’t they have the option within the app to choose a display of light, dark, or default to phone setting.
You made the same mistake other apps did when dark mode was introduced. Let us turn dark mode on again. I don’t run my phone in dark mode but this app I want dark.
In theory, having apps honor users’ Settings for Light and Dark Mode is a good idea, but in reality, it’s not necessarily the best user experience... Apps that were designed as predominantly dark apps from their inception seem overwhelmingly bright (Fantastical comes to mind). That’s also the case here with the latest update to the Alexa app... The best approach I have seen is to provide options to honor iOS Settings AND provide options for Light or Dark all the time. Evernote, Instapaper, and Reeder all do this (as does Fantastical)... Please consider updating the theme options to follow suit.