How To Change Alexa Accent?
- Randall Mullins
It’s easier to change Alexa’s accent now if you’re into that If you’ve been dreaming of the day you can make Alexa sound like your very own British butler, well then, you’re in luck: Amazon is now making Alexa’s English vocals region-free. “We’ve added more voice options for English-speaking customers in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia by giving them the ability to select from Alexa’s American, Australian, British, Canadian, or Indian voice options,” PR representative for Amazon Kaley Heuschkel tells The Verge in an email. The settings screen that now lets you swap Alexa’s accents. Image: Amazon In total, Alexa has nine English accents for you to choose from that include two versions each of American, Australian, British, and Indian, plus one Canadian option. The easiest way to select one is by saying the command: “Alexa, change your voice.” The assistant will then cycle through different accents one by one, asking if you would like to roll with it.
- Once you verbally accept, Alexa will complete the change and also let you change your wake word.
- If you prefer not to verbally ask Alexa to change voices, you can also switch accents via the Alexa app.
- With the app open, tap Devices on the bottom bar, then tap the Echo & Alexa icon.
- From there, select the device you want to switch the voice for (this setting is per device).
Next, tap the settings gear icon on the upper right and then scroll down and look for and select Alexa’s Voice, Now you can select whatever accent you please without getting a warning message that you’re about to change your region. If you have an Echo Show, you can change the voice right on its screen without needing to check the app on your phone or talk to it.
How to change the language or accent of Alexa?
By default, Amazon Alexa has a familiar voice that most of us enjoy and have become accustomed to. You can, however, change the accent or even change Alexa to a celebrity voice. -=- Advertisement -=- How to Change Alexa’s Voice Celebrity voices can be a lot of fun.
- Because entirely replacing Alexa’s voice is a massive undertaking, the only complete voice replacement available is Samuel L. Jackson.
- Many fun voices don’t are free and don’t completely hijack Alexa, including Talk Like Snoop, R2D2, and Gordon Ramsey.
- Rather than completely hijack Alexa’s voice, each one works differently, more like a game.
For example, you can ask Gordon Ramsey to critique a meal you just made or ask Snoop to hear more izzles than you can hizzle. You will need to download a celebrity voice here, Once downloaded, open your Alexa app on your iPhone or Android device. Click on More in the lower-right corner. Click on one of the voices to Launch or get other phrases you can try out. You can disable any downloaded voice by clicking on Settings and click on DISABLE SKILL, How to Change Alexa’s Language or Accent Open your Alexa app on your iPhone or Android device. Click on More in the lower-right corner. Click on Settings, If you have multiple Alexa devices, you will need to select the device. Click on Alexa App Settings, Click on your current language under Language, Choose a supported or unsupported language. Some features may not work correctly, if at all, if you chose an unsupported language. How to Change Alexa’s Voice Speed One option people might not know exists is how to speed up or slow down Alexa. There is no setting in the app for it; instead, ask Alexa.
How do you change your voice on Alexa?
Amazon Aside from a couple celebrity voices that only answer to key phrases, Alexa’s voice has been exclusively female—until now, that is. A new, male option for Alexa’s voice has begun rolling out this week, just days after Amazon announced that the voices of Shaquille O’Neal and Melissa McCarthy would be joining Samuel L. Ben Patterson/IDG You can change Alexa’s voice to the new male option from the Alexa app, or just say, “Alexa, change your voice.” Google has long had an optional male voice for Google Assistant, so it’s about time that Alexa followed suit (although I’m not sure I’m ready to make the change myself). To change Alexa’s voice to the new male option, here’s what you do:
Open the Alexa app, tap the Devices tab, tap Echo & Alexa, then tap the name of one of your Echo devices. Tap the Settings icon (the one that looks like a gear) in the top-right corner of the screen, scroll down to the General section, then tap Alexa’s Voice, Select the New option. Rinse and repeat for any other Echo devices you want speaking with Alexa’s new voice.
If you’d rather skip all those steps, you can also just say, “Alexa, change your voice.” Alexa’s new male voice only began rolling out in the past few days, and while The Ambient spotted the new voice on Monday, it only popped up on my Alexa app today, so don’t be surprised if you don’t see the setting yet. Ben has been writing about technology and consumer electronics for more than 20 years. A PCWorld contributor since 2014, Ben joined TechHive in 2019, where he covers smart speakers, soundbars, and other smart and home-theater devices. You can follow Ben on Twitter,
How to change the voice of Alexa?
- Open the Alexa app and go to the ‘ Devices ‘ tab.
- Select the ‘ Echo&Alexa ‘ button in the top-left corner.
- Select the device where you want to change the voice.
- Tap the Settings (gear icon) in the top-right corner.
- Choose the ‘ Alexa’s Voice ‘ option,and switch to the ‘ New ‘ option to enable the new masculine voice.
How to change the language on Alexa?
How to change Alexa’s voice settings –
Open the Alexa app on your smartphone. Tap More in the bottom right corner of the screen. Tap Settings. Select Device Settings. All of your Alexa-enabled devices will appear. From there, select the device you want to adjust. Tap Language. Select the accent or language you prefer (some features of certain languages may not fully be available in your country). Tap OK.