Amazon is switching to Alexa Dual mode, which allows users in the United States to speak Spanish for their Alexa devices. Alexa can respond to requests in English or Spanish, depending on the language in question. The company announced Eco operations last month, with three countries changing pairs: English and Spanish in the United States, India, English and Hindi in India, and Canada English and French in Canada.
Multilingual mode is designed to allow users to quickly switch between languages, as bilinguals can communicate at home with their families. “With billions of people around the world speaking the same language, many homes are not at home when it comes to languages,” Amazon explains in a statement. advertising. The company launched the Amazon Skills Kit for developers to build skills for Spanish speakers. in April, and those skills can be passed on to more than the US Championships for sale by buyers.
It seems to be very useful in the United States, where Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the country. Surprisingly, Amazon is long overdue for development, as Google Assistant has added a variety of language support in 2018, and Siri has been talking for many years. But it is not too late to start learning a new language.