Alexa Kindle Commands

A comprehensive guide on how to use Audible with their Alexa-enabled devices. The article demonstrates that the enjoyment of Audible audiobooks or kindle isn’t confined to just smartphones, tablets, or computers; it can be seamlessly continued through voice commands to Alexa.

Key Takeaways:   

  • You can command Alexa to continue playing your most recent Audible book.
  • Specific books can be requested by name.
  • Playback can be paused and resumed.
  • Navigation commands include skipping forward or backward by specific times or chapters.
  • The narration speed can be adjusted.
  • A sleep timer can be set for the audiobook.
  • Alexa can provide an overview of your Audible library and inform you about the free monthly Audible book.
  • You can listen to samples of books and purchase them directly via voice command.
  • Direct contact with Audible support can be initiated through Alexa.
Alexa Kindle Commands
Alexa Kindle Commands

Here is a list of Alexa Kindle Commands and Audible Books:

  1. – “Alexa, read my book” to continue listening to your most recent Audible audiobook.
  2. – “Alexa, read [book title]” to have Alexa read a specific book from your Audible library.
  3. – “Alexa, pause” to pause the audiobook.
  4. – “Alexa, resume audiobook” to resume listening.
  5. – “Alexa, go back” or “Alexa, go forward” to skip backward or forward by 10 seconds.
  6. – “Alexa, go forward two minutes” to skip forward a specific amount of time (you can customize the duration).
  7. – “Alexa, next chapter” or “Alexa, previous chapter” to navigate between chapters.
  8. – “Alexa, go to chapter [number]” to jump to a specific chapter.
  9. – “Alexa, restart chapter” to replay the current chapter from the beginning.
  10. – “Alexa, read faster” or “Alexa, read slower” to adjust the narration speed.
  11. – “Alexa, read at normal speed” to return to the standard narration speed.
  12. – “Alexa, stop reading after [time]” to set a sleep timer for the audiobook.
  13. – “Alexa, what’s in my Audible library?” to get an overview of your Audible library.
  14. – “Alexa, what’s free from Audible?” to find out the free audiobook of the month.
  15. – “Alexa, read [book title]” to hear a sample of an audiobook you don’t own.
  16. – “Alexa, buy this” to purchase the Audible audiobook while listening to the sample.
  17. – “Alexa, call Audible” to contact Audible support directly.

These commands enhance your Audible listening experience by making it convenient to control playback with voice commands.

The tutorial guides users on the basic playback controls and gives instructions on how to start a book, pause, and continue playing using the player controls. Besides that, it gives you more advanced functionalities (such as changing narration speed and setting the sleep timer) and allows you to navigate at the different chapters. Additionally it instructs users on commanding Alexa to give them a summary of their Audible library. With this guide, we raise the bar of audible using and turn smart home into a more comprehensive system.
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