Some pictures are just too awesome to be seen on the small screen of your cell phone. This year, while visiting with friends and family simply say, “Show my photos” into your Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote for the “remember when” moments. See if you can top any of last year’s shenanigans!
We had fun using ours and looking at pictures from our Anniversary trip to Delaware with a simple voice command like, “Alexa, show my photos from Delaware.” We found some hidden gems and even made new albums.
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Using Amazon Fire TV with Alexa Voice Remote
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, I highly recommend to get Amazon Prime Now (with a discount)! Being an Amazon Prime member will give you access to Prime Photos where unlimited photo storage awaits you. If you’re not an Amazon Prime user, you still have access to 5GB of photo storage! Sweet!
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.
The Amazon Fire TV with Alexa Voice Remote Is U.S. Based Only!
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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. You can even change your screensaver.
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 App.
Like Amazon Fire TV, the Echo Show can showcase all the photos in your Prime Photos account, with 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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You can definitely bet that family time, will never be the same again — in a good way!
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