Easter is around the corner and of course, Alexa Easter Eggs might have just crossed your mind. It’s not a bad idea. Yes, Alexa is a weather-relaying, music-playing, question-answering robot on the surface, but ask the right questions and its true colors show. Whether you have a new Echo Dot, and Echo Show, or the excellent Echo Studio, you can become an Alexa Easter egg hunter.
Don’t be fooled by Alexa’s serious demeanor; Amazon’s voice assistant has a funny side, and the Echo is packed with hundreds of hidden features and funny things to ask Alexa. Whether you’re trying to keep your family entertained or just show off to friends what Alexa can do it.
Alexa Easter Eggs
It doesn’t end there, have you heard about the Alexa Easter eggs movies? Whether you’re into action films or comedies, rom-coms or horrors, Alexa’s filled with geeky trivia and obscure references that’ll make you smile and challenge your own knowledge of all things silver screen.
It’s time to learn more about Alexa. Even if you don’t have a smart speaker, you can try this stuff out with your phone: just speak into the Alexa app to try out these cool features and hidden functions.
Alexa Features for Kids
Got kids? You don’t need a brightly-colored Echo Dot Kids Edition to entertain them. Any Alexa device can keep them interested for literally minutes: you’re probably already aware that Amazon’s AI can tell you a rubbish joke or two (you can specify a knock-knock joke, if you’re so inclined, or try feed lines like “Alexa, why was six afraid of seven?”)
But it’s also able to let out some truly foul audible emissions if you ask it to fart. There’s a surprisingly long and disgusting list of different trump types to choose from and burps too if that’s more your thing.
Amazon Alexa Tricks and Easter Eggs
Below are some Alexa tricks and Easter eggs for your echo speaker all you need do is to say the right words;
- First off burst some rhymes; Alexa is great at playing songs you pick from Amazon Music or Spotify, but it can also carry a tune itself. Say, “Alexa, sing me a song,” and it replies, “Who me? I couldn’t. I … Hit it!” and then delivers a tune about the life of an AI. It also has a rap ready just say, “Alexa, rap for me.” But when you ask it to beatbox, you’ll get, “Boots and coats, boots and cats. You know what; I don’t think I’m cut out for beatboxing.”
- A galaxy far, far away; Alexa has several Star Wars Easter eggs for your entertainment. Say, “Alexa, speak like Yoda,” and you’ll hear, “Speak like Yoda I cannot. Master, he is, while merely apprentice I am.” Tell it to use the Force, and Alexa says that droids can’t use the force. It also knows that Han shot first in the original version of Episode IV.
More Amazon Alexa Tricks and Easter Eggs
- Say anything; you can get Alexa to say almost anything using the Simon Says command. Say, “Alexa, Simon says, ‘I love Google,'” and Alexa will say “I love Google.” However, if you try to get Alexa to say some swear words, it will censor itself with a bleep instead of cursing.
- A friendly welcome; just because Alexa is a machine, that doesn’t mean it lacks manners. If you need a friendly greeting after a hard day at work, say, “Alexa, I’m home!” and it responds, “Welcome home. I hope you’re having a good day.” Say, “Alexa, good night,” and it says, “Good night. Sleep well.” You can get more details about this here.
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