Amazon's Alexa is now getting released in more and more territories, and the number of accents and languages is growing, too.
If you're fully used to the accent of Alexa on your Amazon Echo, it might surprise you that she has a number of dialects and accents. Aside from localisations for US, UK and Germany – the key territories – she now has Australian and even Indian English.
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Of course, these localisations aren't just about accent. Indian Alexa, for example, knows that Independence Day is 15 August, while US Alexa is fully aware that the same holiday is 4 July.
Anyway, we've recorded all of Alexa's languages and accents, just so you can hear the differences. And if you want to play around with more of the localisations, you can switch her language in the Alexa app. Just head to Settings > choose the correct device > scroll down to Language and choose from the list.
And don't forget to check out more of our favourite Alexa tips and tricks.
Alexa – English (Indian)
Alexa English (British)
Alexa English (Australian)
Alexa English (Canadian)
Alexa English (US)