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Sale for Just $50: Save Up to 58% With This Limited Deal

Amazon’s Echo Buds Are on  Amazon Springtime has been known to usher in nice whether, which means you could be spending more time outside. Whether your spring activities include traveling to  music festivals  and concerts, or simply commuting to work or school, you might need music to listen to along the way. If you’ve been shopping around for a new pair of wireless earbuds, Amazon has a deal that you won’t want to miss.  Echo Buds are on sale for just $50  for a limited time only. Plus, save an additional 25% off a new and qualifying Echo device with eligible trade-in. The 2nd generation Echo Buds deliver crisp sound with active noise-cancellation technology and up to five hours of playback on a single charge (15 hours with the charging case). When you’re low on juice and short on time, a 15-minute quick charge provides up

Got a new Amazon Echo Show? Here's how to get it up and running.

The Amazon Echo Show devices are the only Alexa smart speakers that feature touchscreen displays. Available in 5-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch display sizes, the Echo Show is a countertop device that packs a lot of heat. Whether it's video calling via Zoom or Skype, streaming music from various providers such as Apple Music and Spotify, listening to Audible audiobooks, or watching Prime Video, you're sure to get a lot out of this device. This product line also comes in smaller versions such as the Echo Show 5 and the Echo Show 8 in case the Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) is a bit too much for your tastes. If this is your first time getting started with one of these dynamic devices, let us show you how to set up your Amazon Echo Show! How to set up your new Echo Show all models

These are the Amazon Echo Show devices that you should buy

You may know that there are three smart screen devices currently being sold by Amazon, but do you know which is the best Amazon Echo Show? With so many showy Echo devices, which one should you get? We'll talk you through each option to help you decide which is right for your home, although right now, we recommend the Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) above the others because of its perfectly accommodating size. Best Amazon Echo Show overall: Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) The Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) sits right in the middle of the Echo Show line. As such, it takes some of the best features from the high to low ends. For example, it's in-between the smaller size of the Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) and the arguably unwieldy size of the Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen). It improves upon the smaller Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) sound quality with double the number of speakers (two 2-inch speakers at 10W per channel vs. one 1.7-inch speaker at 4W per channel). Plus, it has the same 1280x800 display as the larger Echo Show

Netflix now available on Amazon Echo Show smart speaker

Netflix earlier in the month started testing audio-only mode for Android mobiles. The new feature will allow users to listen to the audio of a video even when the mobile screen is off. This comes in handy to listen to the podcasts or stand-up comed... This comes in handy to listen to the podcasts or stand-up comedy shows, where just listening is enough to keep us enthralled. 42% Echo Show 8 Sandstone with Amazon Smart Plug $89.99 $154.98

How to use an Echo Show with Ring's Doorbell to see who's at the door

Source: Android Central The Ring Doorbell and Amazon's Echo Show are a match made in heaven. The Ring Doorbell offers a smart doorbell experience that'll let you know exactly who's at the door without having actually to answer it. You can then use that cross-functionality to manage visitors by viewing them through the Ring Doorbell's camera and communicating with them using the Show's microphone. Thanks to Amazon Alexa, you don't even have to use your hands. How to connect your Ring Doorbell with Amazon Echo Show Connecting your Ring Doorbell with your Amazon Echo Show is easy. It'll just involve adding the Ring Alexa skill through the Amazon Alexa smartphone app. Here's how: Open the Amazon  Alexa app . Tap the  three lines in the upper left-hand corner  of the app to open the side menu. Tap  Skills & Games . Source: Jeramy Johnson / Android Central On this screen,  tap the search button  in the upper right-hand corner. Type  "Ring"  and