Change Alexa’s voice on Amazon Echo devices
You may alter Alexa’s voice when interacting with your phone or the Amazon Echo speaker if you have an Android phone or tablet.
Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa, can be found in many homes owing to the increasingly popular Echo speakers. You can customize the voice she uses when speaking to you from one of these devices.
If you are uncomfortable with or do not like the default voice, you may easily switch to one of the numerous other voices offered by Jeff Bezos’ firm.
All your voice assistant and Amazon Smart Home needs may be managed using the Alexa app, which can be accessed from any smartphone or tablet.
Amazon Echo: How to Customize Alexa’s Voice
You may tell your Amazon Echo device to use a different voice by saying, “Alexa, change the voice,” or you can use the Alexa mobile app, which gives you even more customization choices. Here are the measures to take:
- Open the Alexa app.
- Click on Devices.
- Hit Echo and Alexa.
- Click on the device in which you want to change the voice.
- Tap on the Settings icon top right.
- Select Alexa Voice and change it.
Here, you’ll see selectable voices, and you’ll be able to listen to samples of each one before settling on the one you like most. Only two are now available, but Amazon may launch additional variants.
Similarly, you may adjust Alexa’s speaking rate to make her easier to comprehend by making her voice softer or louder.
Amazon has gone longer than its rivals to provide many voices to its virtual assistant so that you may choose between the familiar female voice and others.
To add some variety, if you don’t feel like calling the assistant by his name each time you want to ask him a question, you can change the word with which you wake him from his torpor.
The speech options for Amazon’s virtual assistant are extensive. At the same time, some—like having Samuel L. Jackson read specific responses—cost money and are only accessible when English is selected as the language of choice.