Alexa for Windows 10 gets new look, new features

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Amazon has recently released a major update for its Alexa app for Windows 10 (via Windows Central). The new update introduces a revamped design language, as well as enables Drop In support for video calling, making it easier for users to connect with their family and friends.

After updating the app, Alexa users will also see a redesigned music landing page which should help them discover their new favorite song easily. The other noticeable change that Alexa on Windows 10 is getting in this latest version is an improved hands-free experience for the digital assistant. The update was first spotted by Twitter user, @AlphaChap who shared a screenshot of the new look.

As usual, to use the new Drop In experience, you will have to install the latest version of the app from the Microsoft Store. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can get Alexa on your PC from the download link below.

Alexa
Alexa
Developer: ‪AMZN Mobile LLC.‬
Price: Free+

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