Alexa for Windows 10 adds Drop In support for video calls, fresh design, and more

Amazon has rolled out a new update for its Alexa app for Windows 10 that introduces an entirely new look and a bunch of new features that expand capabilities for users. The updated app has added support for Drop In during a video call to let you connect with friends and family more quickly, among other features.

The latest release brings with it a few improvements for the app's hands-free experience. If you're constantly listening to music via Spotify, Alexa for Windows 10 now allows you to play soundtracks in the music streaming app using your voice.

In addition, the app has gained a fresh music landing page that comes in handy if you search for new songs. The Click-to-Talk button has also moved to the top left of the screen and the Wake Word button is now found on the top right.

Of course, you will need to update to the latest version of the app in order to use the new Drop In experience. The refreshed Alexa app is available to download from the Microsoft Store.

Source: Windows Central

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