You Can Now Set Your Android Phone’s Assistant Default to Use Alexa Instead of Google Assistant
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I’d imagine there are a few of you out there who purchased a bunch of Amazon Echo devices out of the gate instead of Google Home, since Echo had such a head start on Google’s smart speakers. And if that’s the case, you might want quicker access to Amazon Alexa from your phone to control … Continued

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