We provide an Amazon Alexa Customer Service Number for Amazon Alexa support. Amazon’s Alexa-controlled Echo speaker continues to expand its music, smart-home, and digital-assistant capabilities, now in its second generation and with several derivative versions available. First, it’s a wireless speaker, but it can do a lot more. You can play music, browse the web, create to-do and shopping lists, shop online, get instant weather reports, and control popular smart-home products — all while your smartphone is in your pocket.

Alexa (named after Alexandria’s ancient library) is the voice-control system of Amazon. It lets you tell an Echo smart speaker about your wishes and see them fulfilled — at least simple ones like dimming your lights or playing music tracks. This guide covers how everything works, what it can do (and where it’s still short), what concerns you may have about privacy, and how to pick the right echo for your home. (We also have separate guides on the best Alexa-compatible devices and how the Google Home Echo compares.) What distinguishes Alexa and Echo speakers from voice assistants of the first generation is their responsiveness. There is no button for activation to press.

Let’s get this out of the way: although the Echo is a decent speaker in its own right, you can get better sound with other speakers, like the Sonos One, if music streaming is all you’re after. The real reason for getting an Echo right now is that you want the Alexa voice-control platform that makes it much easier to interact with your speaker and other devices. Voice control allows you to be tied to your smartphone constantly.

You can walk into a quiet Room & Ask for Music without touching anything, or walk into a dark room and ask for lights.

An Echo speaker, however, is not an integrated smart-home system. It will not replace a smart-home hub for complex programmed automation, and it will not always be the most practical way to interact with other devices. Think of it as an additional interface for your smart home that offers features that an app on your phone can’t do. As a result, you are likely to come more and more to rely on it. The new Zigbee-enabled Echo Plus and the new feature of Alexa’s “routines” move the platform closer to hub-level home automation, but it is not yet there.

Amazon Echo vs. Dot Echo vs. Plus Echo

All Amazon Alexa devices offer essentially the same Alexa functions, but they differ in ways you can’t just replace each other or go with the cheapest.If you want music without any additional speakers hooking up, the second-generation Echo offers the full range of functions, minus the Show and Spot screen features.

Alexa App Not Working

It is obvious that not all users have had problems. And although Amazon does not have a page that reflects the status of Alexa, the traditional Down Detector website suggests that users started experiencing problems with their Echo speakers and other devices using Alexa around 9:30 a.m. ET on March 2. And the issues were not presented in a single country region. There are reports across the U.S. that the Alexa app is not working.

Users report that it gives answers like “I’m not sure what’s going on,” “Sorry, your Echo Dot lost your connection” or “Sorry, something doesn’t work well.” Later, Alexa’s ring of lights, usually blue when all works well, turns red.

How do I send an Alexa Customer Service message to Amazon?
  • For any and all Amazon issues, this is the direct, general customer service line.
  • Send an email to cis@amazon.com for customer support.
  • Amazon messages through websites on social media such as Facebook or Twitter.

Contact Amazon Alexa Customer Support Number +1-888-401-4846

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