Amazon Alexa Commands for TikTok

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BERLIN, GERMANY – APRIL 22: The logo of the voice assistant Amazon Alexa is shown on the display of a smartphone on April 22, 2020, in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)

Are you a TikTok creator? Are you troubling in making your videos? Here Amazon Alexa has released an update for you.

Aren’t you curious about how it might bring you ease? Let’s to explore the update.

But before getting into the update, you may already be using, Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant, or Bixby. Well, these are AI-based voice assistants who help ease your use of Mobile, so if you know Siri and Google Assistant, then you must have stumbled upon Amazon Alexa at least once.

Recently, Alexa came up with an update to attract TikTok users.

Let’s see what Amazon has brought.

Amazon recently launched a new hands-free experience with an update to the Alexa app for iOS and Android.

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But even with that new update, Amazon Alexa won’t replace your stock voice assistant services like Google Assistant or Siri as integrated with their mobile operating systems.

Though amazon stated, it’s a big update as a user, you can’t feel the real hands-free experience in an iOS or Android device.

According to Amazon, through this app integration, Amazon Alexa will perform complex tasks such as opening a Twitter app with a voice command and searching for a hashtag, as well as launching the TikTok app and recording hands-free video which Siri or Google Assistant can’t do.

We can expect such updates to Siri or other voice assistants in the future. At-least I hope.

But let’s enjoy what’s in front of right now. Here are some commands for TikTok to do the essentials.

Amazon Alexa Commands for TikTok

  • “Alexa, Open TikTok”
  • “Alexa, ask TikTok to start my recording.”
  • “Alexa, ask TikTok to search for Dancing Tutorials.”

Official Video From TiKTok

Official Video From TiKTok

Let’s say

Something I hate personally in Alexa on iOS or Android, you have to unlock your phone and open the Alexa app before issuing a voice command. Another shortcoming you may encounter when using Alexa on your mobile phone is that it can’t open all apps using voice commands.

However, according to a recent report by The Verge website, Amazon is working on a new feature for the Alexa app that will allow users to open Android and iOS apps using voice commands. So let’s wait for a piece of big news from Alexa Baby. Stay Tuned with us 😀

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