Back in August past year, Microsoft and Amazon have announced that they are working to integrate their digital personal assistants Cortana and Alexa into each other. This announcement, like the others, was made during Microsoft Build on the 7th of May, 2018.
There are a few caveats to setting Alexa as your default assistant, though. XAPPmedia has helped launch over 800 media properties on Alexa and Google Assistant and LOVE SPORT is the first we have seen worldwide to launch simultaneously on both platforms. On the other hand, Alexa is not pre-loaded on a majority of Android smartphones, which means that users first have to download it from the Play Store. They do vary in capabilities, and that makes it a good reason why you should try them all. Also, the use examples of Alexa while the default option voice assistant are initially limited if we review them with the characteristics offered by Google Assistant. Voice prompts, such as "Okay, Google", and squeeze prompts, as is available for the Google Assistant on the Pixel 2, are not available when users set a third-party app as the default assistant software. After doing so, press the install button and get the application installed. When Microsoft showed off its Cortana and Amazon Alexa integration onstage, it was clunky.
From here go into your phone's settings, then go the apps and notifications section.
You can now use Amazon 's Alexa instead of Google Assistant by default on your Android phone. There, tap on Assist App. If you've chosen Cortana, you can use the same and complete the tasks. Here are our five favorite applets that will show you how Alexa can work with a thing you already have - your phone! If you'll like to try it, Microsoft say visit https://aka.ms/cortana_alexa to be notified when it goes live. This method now also works on non-Pixel phones like Galaxy S8, S8, Note 8, OnePlus 5, Moto G5, etc.