Custom Voice Commands lets you create custom voice commands to easily load your favorite photos, videos, web pages, manage notes, place calls. Talk to Alexa (Amazon account required) and retrieve your photos from PCs with our web app (treycent.com), and from Google Nest Hub or Amazon Echo Show devices with our Photo Recall skill!
After downloading try saying:
• "good afternoon" (Alexa will reply with a greeting)
• "what's the weather today?" (Alexa will reply with the weather forecast)
• "what's the longest river in Asia" (Alexa will tell you)
• "add milk to my grocery list" (add to your grocery list)
• "add go to the grocery store to my to do list" (add to your todo list)
• "show me popular photos" (a photo slideshow will display)
• "show me the latest news" (a list of recent news articles will appear)
• "play pop music" (a pop music playlist will play)
You can create custom voice commands like:
• "call the boss" (to call your boss)
• "text my baby" (to text your significant other)
• "show me recent selfies" (to see a selfie slideshow)
• "show me recent pet photos" (to see a slideshow of your pet photos)
• "what's my locker combination"
• "show me mom's meatloaf recipe"
• "open the project XYZ report" (to view a document on OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.)
• "play my pop music playlist" (to play your favorite pop music playlist from YouTube, SoundCloud, etc.)
Custom Voice Commands Features:
• load photos, videos, notes and webpages by voice command
• retrieve your photos from your Google Assistant or Amazon Echo Show devices using voice commands like "Hey Google, ask Photo Recall to show me my recent vacation photos" or "Alexa, ask Photo Recall to show me my latest dance moves"
• place phone calls, send text message or emails by voice
• create voice commands to load your favorite YouTube videos or playlists
• load your favorite SoundCloud or 8tracks music playlists by voice
• ask questions to the Amazon Alexa virtual assistant and invoke Alexa skills
• view photos and notes by voice from your smartwatch by voice