Bragi's The Dash and The Dash Pro will get Amazon Alexa support...

Bragi's The Dash and The Dash Pro will get Amazon Alexa support in October

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Bragi makes The Dash series Amazon Alexa-compatible
Amazon Alexa on The Dash and The Dash Pro marks the first integration for smart ear-based computing and Alexa
BERLIN, Germany (September 1, 2017) –Bragi The Dash and Bragi The Dash Pro are about to get smarter with the help of Alexa.
Bragi, once the largest Kickstarter in European history and the company behind The World’s First Hearable, has made The Dash series (The Dash, The Dash Pro) Alexa-compatible.
This marks a first for Alexa in the “truly wireless” headphone space. It’s also one of the first truly mobile hardware integrations for Amazon’s cloud-based voice service, bringing its capabilities anywhere The Dash will travel where a customer has a network connection.
Amazon Alexa on The Dash will be available starting in October by downloading Bragi OS (BOS) 3.1 at http://update.bragi.com. Bragi users will also need to update the Bragi App and connect an Amazon account in order to take advantage of this new integration. Amazon Alexa on The Dash supports US (United States), UK (United Kingdom) and DE (Germany) languages.
“We have always seen The Dash as an interactive device that improves one’s quality of life. Through Alexa, we are able to take this one step further, bringing smart home, e-commerce and home entertainment examples of how The Dash can be useful,” said Bragi founder Nikolaj Hviid.
“Now customers with The Dash headphones can easily take Alexa with them on the go,” said Jon Kirk, Director Amazon Alexa. “Bragi’s intelligent headphones with Alexa will make it easy for customers to control their smart home, ask for news, and access more than 20,000 skills in the Alexa skills store.”
Bragi products are currently compatible with voice assistants like Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant, but Amazon Alexa brings a new world of possibilities through smart home, shopping, and home entertainment use cases. Munich-based

Article originally published at: Android Police