Top things to ask Alexa!

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See our list of top things to ask your Alexa today! Listed updated Monthly:

New Things to try.

“Alexa, give me tips on planning an Easter egg hunt.”
“Alexa, have you seen the Easter bunny?” “Alexa, let’s play a game.” “Alexa, play the Prime Drive Time playlist from Amazon Music.”
“Alexa, play the Unlimited Drive Time playlist from Amazon Music”.
“Alexa, block explicit lyrics”
“Alexa, what should I do if I ever meet the Queen?”
“Alexa, play Jazz FM.”
“Alexa, what can I do for Earth Day?”
“Alexa, open Ditty.”
“Alexa, give me a Shakespeare limerick.”
“Alexa, when is sunset?”
“Alexa, Happy Easter.”
“Alexa, read The Wonderful Wizard of Oz from Audible.”
Get swept away into the magical land of Oz and rediscover this timeless story. There’s no place like… the sofa. Curl up with this classic tale, narrated by Anne Hathaway — completely free to listen to until 30 April.
“Alexa, Romeo Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?”
“Alexa, open Chineasy.”
“Alexa, give me a cleaning tip.”
“Alexa, open Freeze Dance.”
Show off your best moves when music plays, and freeze when the beat stops! Kid Skills are off by default. To turn them on, go into your Alexa app > Settings > Alexa Account > Kid Skills.

Things to try.

“Alexa, do your ears hang low?”
“Alexa, play Kiss FM.”
“Alexa, give me a random oxymoron.”
“Alexa, turn the light blue.”
Control the colour or shades of white of your smart lights.
“Alexa, winter is here.”
“Alexa, open Beautiful Dream.”
“Alexa, play talkSPORT.”
“Alexa, give me a scary fact.”
“Alexa, open Let’s Get Ready.”
Create personalised makeup, hair and nail looks for any event, or check out the latest beauty trends.
“Alexa, are you a geek?”
“Alexa, tell me facts about the Roman Empire.”
“Alexa, where’s my stuff?”
Get an update on when your Amazon package is due to arrive—even if you didn’t order with Alexa.
“Alexa, give me a fancy word.”
“Alexa, what came first, the chicken or the egg?”
“Alexa, open Garbage Hero.”
“Alexa, read me a free audiobook.”
Discover this month’s selection of audiobooks, handpicked by Audible, free to stream on Alexa until 31 March.
“Alexa, play LBC.”
“Alexa, give me a magic potion.”
“Alexa, play the 50 Great Female Voices playlist from Amazon Music.
“Alexa, how long does it take to boil a kettle?”
“Alexa, learn my voice.”
Create a voice profile using compatible Alexa-enabled devices so that Alexa can call you by name and improve personalisation of supported Alexa features based on your voice. To get started, go to your Alexa app and select from the menu Settings > Alexa Account > Recognised Voices > Your Voice. Find out more.

“Alexa, give me a blooper.”
“Alexa, what are the lights we see when we close our eyes?”
“Alexa, what’s the theme of International Women’s Day?”
“Alexa, give me a fact about volcanoes.”
“Alexa, open Little Mix.”
Go behind the scenes with Jesy, Leigh-Anne, Jade and Perrie for the release of their latest album ‘LM5’.
“Alexa, what are the film times for Captain Marvel?
“Alexa, up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right.”
“Alexa, what’s the extended weather forecast for Brighton?”
“Alexa, how can I get better at Fortnite?”
“Alexa, start Little Policewoman Test.”
This Kid Skill is designed to encourage kids aged 6-12 to develop their career aspirations. Kid Skills are off by default. To turn Kid Skills on, go into your Alexa app > Settings > Alexa Account > Kid Skills.
“Alexa, beatbox for me.”
“Alexa, play Absolute Radio.”
“Alexa, how many queens are there in the world?”
“Alexa, play music videos by Britney Spears.”
“Alexa, how can I create my own Alexa answers?”
Create your own customised Alexa responses. Have fun customising answers to questions like.
“Alexa, open Trivia Hero.”
“Alexa, tell me a sports joke.”
“Alexa, play the new album by Olly Murs from Amazon Music.”
“Alexa, open Riddle of the Day.”
“Alexa, who is the best?”
“Alexa, play my messages.”
“Alexa, who is going to win Strictly this year?”
“Alexa, open Babbling Brook.”
“Alexa, what were the capitals of Ancient Egypt?”
“Alexa, tell everyone dinner is ready.”
“Alexa, who is the best James Bond?”
“Alexa, tell me what you want, what you really really want.”
“Alexa, what are smart home Routines?”
To create a Routine, go to your Alexa app, select Routines from the menu, and Create Routine. You can then choose the series of actions you want to automate and when they should occur.“Alexa, play Classic FM.”
“Alexa, suggest some good baby names.”
“Alexa, give it up for science.”
“Alexa, play the 50 Great Irish Artists playlist from Amazon Music.”
One track contains explicit lyrics. Prefer not to hear them? Just say, “Alexa, block explicit lyrics”. Learn more.
“Alexa, set the bass to maximum.”
Adjust the bass, mid-range and treble of your compatible Echo devices from the Alexa app: tap the Devices icon in the bottom right corner, select your Echo device and then choose Sounds > Equaliser.
“Alexa, give me a fact about St. Patrick’s Day.”
“Alexa, open Quick Maths.”
“Alexa, give me a weird headline.”
“Alexa, open Deal or No Deal.”
Pick your lucky briefcase and feel what it’s like to be a contestant on the TV show, Deal or No Deal!
“Alexa, sing the alphabet.”
“Alexa, tell me a joke for St. Patrick’s Day.”
“Alexa, what’s on TV tonight?”
TVguide will help you discover brand new shows on both TV and on-demand platforms.
“Alexa, give me a tongue twister.”
“Alexa, what’s your favourite drink?”
“Alexa, open Disney Hits Challenge.”
Test your knowledge of the titles, characters and lyrics from Disney’s most popular songs.

Top Things To Try.

“Alexa, what’s a good film to watch?”
“Alexa, will you marry me?”
“Alexa, turn on the TV.”
Use smart home skills to control your compatible Smart TV with a simple voice command.
“Alexa, what’s the question of the day?”
“Alexa, play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.”
“Alexa, what’s the traffic like?”
To get traffic information, add your starting point and destination in the Traffic section of your Alexa App settings.
“Alexa, sing a silly song.”
Date: “Alexa, when is Mother’s Day?”
Time: “Alexa, when do the clocks go forward?”
Traffic: “Alexa, how is my commute?”

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