July 20th, 2017 by thevoicerevolution

Let’s hit on Amazon’s new Echo Show device that is a voice-enabled house assistant that includes a touch screen (most likely an Android-based touch screen like Amazon’s Fire devices. Essentially, this Amazon Echo Show device will work as a prototype for them to perfect the upcoming Echo smartphone that I’ve been telling you will be coming one day.

This is what I mean when I tell people that Alexa is driving us to a future where you won’t have to swipe your screens to interact with apps.

“You shouldn’t be compelled to go and interact with the screen — you should be able to do it with your voice,” Mr. Limp said in a product briefing. “It’s very different from traditional computing as we’ve known it for the last three decades.”

Apple and Google will eventually catch up with the idea that we’re going to speak to our devices (including our smartphones) and we will also have many other shortcuts to pull up (and/or download) apps by the hundreds on our smartphones, TVs, computers, refrigerators, Echo-Show’s, etc. (PS. The IAm Apps are positioned for this revolution…)

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