Roku added Amazon to Alexa's Audio Assistant list
After Google Assitant entered last fall, Roku was fully designed to integrate Amazon Amazon into its devices.
Previously, Roku devices supported Google's Assistant and Company Voice Assistant, but for someone who liked the Alexa application above these two, Roku now integrated Alexa into the Voice Assistant list.
Now, your company's TV and other devices will be compatible with Amazon Alexa. All you need is to have an Alexa device like Echo Point to control the Roku devices.
You can control the various functions of these devices, including turning them on / off, adjusting their sizes, turning them on / off, running applications on the TV, and many of your functions using your "Alexa" voice and then your command.
The company says there will be no difference in the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa functions. Each of these will work in a similar way.
To use Alexa on your Roku, you only need to make sure that your machine is running OS 8.1 or higher, and second, of course, you must have an Alexa-based device.
If you meet these minimum requirements, what do you wait for? Just open your Alexa application, choose TV and video under Settings, and enable the ability to link your accounts.
Now, you can control your Roku device with Alexa.