Amazon Has Started to Add Netflix to Alexa Searches on the Fire TV




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Ever wish you could use Amazon’s Alexa to search Netflix right from the Fire TV home screen? Amazon has started to allow Fire TV owners in India to search for shows and movies in Netflix through Alexa’s voice search even if you are not in the Netflix app.

Amazon is rolling out this feature in India. Often Amazon tests new features like this in one market before bringing it to other markets. Sadly, Amazon has not commented on any plans to roll out this new feature to more countries like the United States.

Why is this new feature important? When you search for a show in India now, if it is available on Netflix you can easily find it right through the Alexa voice search. The Fire TV already had great voice search, now it looks like Amazon is working on expanding its voice search.

Cord Cutters News will keep a close eye on this new feature and post updates as we learn more.

Source: BT

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