Now your Amazon Echo speaker can easily play music on your demand, and this will only need your voice to get operated or you can switch on the Bluetooth mode. So now your phone can control your playback, its similar like you would do with Chromecast equipped the device- so after that no Bluetooth connection required.
More importantly Amazon, this time Amazon has its Artificial Intelligence assistant, updated along with a new feature called Alexa Cast. It is now only available on the Amazon Music application, so in case if you want to launch the playlist you need to use this, or you want to skip songs, you can also play or pause the song without shouting at your speaker.
This is going to be the great news for all Alexa user, with the help of only this mobile app you can have the far more bettercontrol over your phone playlist and achieving the most great flexibility so that you tunes can be controlled by you. The latest feature in this application is new Cast which is very handy to use when you are into DJing, you can be the music player at your own without any hassle and you don’t have to shout at your speaker to play any other song. This feature is very handy to use for all the Alexa user and you will play all your favourite music of your own mind.
Amazon will be able to play all their cards correctly, it will also help the Amazon’s rival Google for their device based streaming space that will help to get best from it. In recent time Google is up with its Chromecast Audio dongle which you easily plung into speakers with a 3.5mm jack which let you play your music easily but in Amazon’s Echo the speaker works only upon your voice, so that it can play the exact music of your choice and the way you want it to play.
But Amazon have not yet confirmed that Alexa Cast feature will be available for all the other apps, such Spotify and Pocket Casts, it is being said to Android Police. “We will definitely improve the feature as the time passes and will expand it, we will be giving reason to buy Alexa- powered speakers and get the best experience of playing music.”