Thursday, October 5, 2017

Prime Photos with Alexa: Magic on your Amazon Fire TV - #PrimePhotos #Ad

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Now you can see photos and play a slideshow of your albums on the Amazon Fire TV, just ask Alexa.

Prime Photos benefit – Prime membership includes unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos and 5 GB digital storage for videos and files.

All US Amazon customers receive 5 GB free digital storage for photos, videos, and files.
This launch is United States specific.

Prime members can search for people, places and things. Prime members receive unlimited photo storage, free with Prime, and all customers (including Prime members) receive 5 GB free photo, file, and video storage.

Amazon customers can view and search for their photos and photo albums with the Alexa Voice Remote and the Prime Photos app on their Amazon Fire TV.  Prime members can also search for people, places, and things, with phrases like, “show photos of dogs,” “show photos of Wyoming,” or “show photos of Jane.”

This is a great addition to what you can already do with Prime Photos on your Amazon Fire TV. Check out more ways to use the Prime Photos Fire TV app  Hint:  You can even change your screensaver. If that wasn’t enough, all Prime members get unlimited photo storage, as well as 5 GB digital storage for other files and videos. Now, you can relax on your living room couch and flip through your photos and personal videos on the biggest screen in your home using your Alexa Voice Remote.

Prime Photos helps keep your photos right at your fingertips, wherever you are. Keep your photos safe while you free up space on your devices when you store your photos online with the Prime Photos apps.

Like Amazon Fire TV, the Echo Show can showcase all the photos in your Prime Photos account, with Prime Photos Voice commands like, “Alexa, show my photos.” In fact, all the same commands work with Echo Show – just add “Alexa” to the beginning of each one.

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