Amazon is working constantly to elevate overall user experience and the way users interact with Alexa. Amazon has now started to roll out a new feature to its Fire TV Cube, which enables its users to control the Fire TV apps or navigate around third-party apps like Cartoon Network, Netflix etc., with voice controls.
This newly introduced feature will be really helpful when you wouldn’t be feeling like pressing buttons or when the remote goes missing. At times like these, you’ll be able to voice command Alexa to do certain tasks that emulate the buttons on a remote.
To begin with, you can ask or command Alexa to Move right / left / up / down and select the highlighted option with “Alexa, select.” You can also ask Alexa to scroll options which lets you to quickly navigate through menus.
The feature update roll-out has already begin and should be available on all Fire TV Cube devices. Currently, there are 17 apps that supports hands-free navigation – ABC, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, The CW, CW Seed, DramaFever, ESPN, FilmStruck, Fox Now, FXNow, Hallmark Movies Now, HBO Go, HBO Now, Hulu, Netflix, Red Bull TV, and Tubi TV.
Further, Amazon is already said to be working on adding more apps in the future to list of apps that support hands-free navigation.
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