Echo for your Car

Add Alexa to your car – Connects to the Alexa app on your phone and plays through your car’s speakers via auxiliary input or your smartphone’s Bluetooth connection. Includes Vent Mount.

 

Designed for the road: Echo Auto can hear you over music, A/C, and road noise with eight microphones and far-field technology. Echo Auto is privacy enabled. You can press the microphone off button to electronically disconnect the microphones.

 

Go beyond radio – Voice control Echo Auto through the Alexa app to play Audible audiobooks, listen to podcasts, or stream Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, SiriusXM, or radio stations from around the world with TuneIn and iHeartRadio.

 

Just ask – Use your voice to play music, check the news, find the nearest gas station, and more.

Do more with your voice: Make calls, set reminders, add items to your shopping and to-do lists, or manage your calendar.

Alexa has skills – With tens of thousands of skills and counting, Alexa is always getting smarter.

Set location-based routines: Alexa can automatically start a series of actions when you leave the office or get home.

Ask for directions: Alexa can start navigation on your phone with supported apps like Waze, Google Maps, and Apple Maps.

We want you to know

Echo Auto connects to Alexa through the Alexa app on your phone and uses your existing smartphone data plan. Carrier charges may apply. Check if your vehicle’s air vents are compatible with the included mount.

Will this connect to my car?

Echo Auto connects to most cars that support Bluetooth to play music or that have an auxiliary input. Check if your vehicle is compatible with Echo Auto via Bluetooth.

I was given a beta test tryout of Alexa Auto last year and utilized it on several long car trips. My 2013 Honda does not connect directly via Bluetooth to the Echo Auto; instead, we secure the echo with a cable through the auxiliary portal. My smartphone is the Bluetooth connection conduit for Alexa and my Bluetooth port, adding data usage on long car trips. One important caveat: Best to utilize a home wireless network during the initial setup steps. This initial setup at home will save you countless hours/headaches when remotely establishing the initial setup. The initial setup process is quick and easy with following along with instructions via your automobile Bluetooth system. My recommendation applies to the very first time you set up Alexa auto in your car.

 

 

Echo Auto With Setup And In-Car Demo I must say that this Amazon Echo Auto was fun after iI started driving with it in my car. The navigation used my phone screen but the voice commands worked excellently. You have to try one.

Echo Auto With Setup And In-Car Demo

Tech Steve

Description: Add Alexa to your car – Connects to the Alexa app on your phone and plays through your car’s speakers via auxiliary input or your smartphone’s Bluetooth connection. Includes Vent Mount. Designed for the road – With 8 microphones and far-field technology, Echo Auto can hear you over music, A/C, and road noise. Go beyond radio – Voice control Echo Auto through the Alexa app to stream from Audible, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, SiriusXM, and radio stations with TuneIn and iHeartRadio. Just ask – Use your voice to play music, check the news, make calls, add to your to-do-list, manage your calendar, and more. Designed for your privacy – You can press the microphone off button to electronically disconnect the microphones.

Is the Amazon Echo Studio Still Worth It in 2021?

 

In my first video, we take a look at the Amazon Echo Studio. Is the Amazon Echo Studio Still worth it in 2020? In this video, we will find out. Song Credit: Ambient Gold by Harris Heller

Amazon Echo Studio Review | Gorgeous bass meets 3D sound!

Taking Amazon’s $50 Echo Auto for a test drive

 

Is Alexa a helpful car companion? We give this $50 gadget a full review to see what Alexa can do on the go. We even take the Echo Auto for a ride in a fancy car. Apparently, it should be able to hear over road noise. The question is, how much road noise can it handle? Note: We bleeped out the “Alexa’s” in the video to avoid activating your smart speakers at home.