Amazon Echo continues to expand its compatibility with more devices. As it grows, it’s easy to miss a few of the newer devices along the way. Here are 10 lesser-known Amazon Echo devices you might not know work with Echo.
Amazon Echo Devices
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This just became compatible with Echo. It lets you can see how much dust and CO2 is floating in your air with an easy quality score from 0 to 100.
Ask Alexa to start your car for you. You can also ask Alexa how much gas is left or where the car is currently located, which is a nice touch for parents of teenagers.
“Alexa, turn the family room fan on.” You can also ask Alexa to turn the fan on a speed 1 through 7. If you have a light installed, say, “Alexa, dim the family room light.”
Honeywell RTH9580WF thermostat just became compatible with Amazon Echo without needing a hub. Raise or lower the temperature with ease.
Tell Alexa to start watering a specific zone or to turn off the sprinklers. You can even say “turn on rain delay” so you don’t waste water when it’s raining.
Ask Alexa what mode is currently armed or even say “Alexa, tell Scout that someone broke in,” if you can keep your cool and communicate with Alexa during a break in.
Tell Alexa to open or close your garage door.
There are more expensive plugs that also work with Amazon Echo, but TP-Link gets the job done for less money. Plug in any small appliance like a coffeemaker, light, or fan. Control it on your phone and set it on a schedule to make life easier.
Want to know how many steps you have taken? Just ask Alexa.
Tell Alexa to turn on quiet mode so the indoor chime doesn’t wake the baby. You can also have it start recording video or take a picture of who’s at your door.
There are even more devices that are compatible with Echo found on our Solver. You can browse through and see what things are also are compatible with any of your current devices.