The best remote program for most people is one that is easy to navigate, but the remote control may need some help to get things done.
That’s where a virtual assistant program like Alexa comes in.
The company announced Tuesday that it is expanding Alexa’s reach to include more locations around the world.
“We’re making Alexa more accessible to people in the U.S. and around the globe,” Alexa spokesperson Kelsi McBride told Axios.
“She can talk to you, she can answer your questions and she can help you find the information you’re looking for.”
The company is rolling out the service on a first-come, first-served basis to U.K. and U.A.E. customers, McBride said.
It will be available in New York, San Francisco, Austin, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Chicago, San Diego, Atlanta, and Miami.
In addition to being available in the states, Alexa will also be available internationally, including in Canada and Japan.
The announcement follows a push from Amazon to add more remote services to its online platform.
Earlier this year, the company added the ability to access Alexa from any device, including a smart TV.
However, the voice-activated assistant is currently only available from Amazon Fire tablets and smartphones.
Amazon recently rolled out its Alexa app on the Google Play Store, allowing users to access the service from a wide range of devices.
The Alexa app also lets users interact with Alexa by making voice commands to the virtual assistant on their device, which includes voice search, photos, and more.
The Alexa team says the Alexa app will be a place where users can easily discover new services and features, like the ability for Alexa to send a personalized alert when you are near a new restaurant or restaurant with the right food or beverage.
Alexa also has the ability, Alexa-style, to create an on-screen map of your location based on what you say and the location you are looking at, so users can navigate easily between locations.
The app will also have the ability of providing information about the latest local weather and local food trends, and the ability “to send your location to your friends or family via email,” the company said.
The app will include a search function, and users can search for specific restaurants by location and keyword, the spokesperson said.
Users can also choose to control Alexa with a variety of devices, such as smart TVs, speakers, or even games consoles.
For example, Alexa can be controlled via a Smart TV via a Wi-Fi connection.
It can also be controlled with an Xbox controller.
The Echo can also have a voice control, but Alexa will only use that as a voice command, not an input.
Alexa has been available in a limited number of cities across the U, A.U., and A.S., the spokesperson added.
The service can also now be accessed from a variety and countries, including Canada, Japan, the U