Smart home integration makes life simple. I love being able to use Alexa to stream content on Amazon Fire TV Cube throughout my home. My kids love it, too.
Whether we're streaming our favorite TV shows, movies, or music, smart home integration with Alexa and Amazon Fire TV Cube makes it simple to access our content with voice commands from anywhere in our home.
Amazon Fire TV Cube for simple entertainment integration
Thanks to Best Buy for sponsoring this conversation about Amazon Fire TV Cube. As always, all opinions are my own.
Fire TV Cube is the first hands-free streaming media player with Alexa, delivering an all-in-one entertainment experience. From across the room, simply just say, “Alexa, play Billions,” and Fire TV Cube turns on your TV and starts playing, allowing you to control your entertainment with voice commands.
Watch as thousands of movies and TV episodes come to life with vibrant colors and detailed contrast in 4K Ultra HD and HDR. Plus, Fire TV Cube has a built-in speaker that lets you check the weather, listen to the news, and more—even with the TV off.
Plus, view camera feeds and control lights, thermostats, and other smart home devices—just ask.
This Amazon Fire TV Cube hears your commands from any direction with far-field voice recognition, eight microphones, and beamforming technology. It took me just minutes to set up and links to an existing Amazon account, or you can set up a new one.
Netflix and Pandora are the two go-to apps we use on our smart TV and with Amazon Fire TV Cube. Alexa makes it easy to listen to whatever music I want to hear. I simply ask here to play Bruno Mars and my wish is her command. Check out the video below!
See how easy it is to stream shows on Netflix with Alexa:
What will you play with Alexa and Amazon Fire TV Cube?
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