How to Use Alexa on Apple Watch

Charmed by Alexa and wish to get it on your Apple Watch? Though not in full-fledged form, there is a way you can get across the line and bring Amazon's popular virtual assistant on your watchOS device. Read on to find out how it works!

Ever wanted to use Alexa on your Apple Watch? If yes, there is a reason to feel glad!

Meet an app called “Voice in a Can” that lets you bring Amazon Alexa on your watchOS device. Yes, of course, it’s not going to be as functional as Siri due to restriction. But if you wish to give a try to the former, the app can live up to your expectation.

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The thing that you need to note is that it doesn’t have the support for some important contents like music, some flash briefing, podcasts and even audiobooks.

Besides, you will need to increase the app time out to continue to use it seamlessly as the smartwatch disconnects from the personal assistant whenever the screen sleeps. (To increase the screen time, open Settings → General → Wake Screen → select the preferred option.)

How to Use Amazon Alexa on Apple Watch

Step #1. First off, download Voice in a Can app on your paired iPhone. The app is available for $1.99 and requires iOS 11 or later. Once you have installed the app, open it and log in using your Amazon account.

Then after, you can start using the personal assistant. Simply tap on the Ready button and then ask it to get your work done.

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Step #2. To bring the virtual assistant on your smartwatch, open Watch app on the iPhone.

Step #3. Now, ensure My Watch is selected and then make sure the app is installed on the watchOS device. In case, it’s not available yet, tap on the Install button next to the app.

Install Voice in Can App on Apple Watch

Step #4. Next, open “Voice in a Can” app on your Watch and then go through the instructions to authenticate.

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Authenticate Voice in Can App on Apple Watch

Once you are done, it’s business as usual. Just tap on the tiny icon to talk to the personal assistant. Despite the obvious limitation, Alexa works pretty well in letting you carry out the assigned tasks.

Use Alexa on Apple Watch

I wish it had more freedom to run on the watchOS. Hopefully, Amazon finally brings it on Apple Watch sooner than later.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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