Picture frames are quickly becoming a thing of the past, especially with digital photo frames and now your TV can host all of your memories. We use a few mediums in our home to showcase family photos, especially when we have a family get-together it makes for the perfect backdrop during dinner or just a way to enjoy memories with our family and friends.
Thanks to Prime Photo on the Amazon Fire TV you can showcase all of your photos by simply saying “Show My Photos”! Say hello to Amazon Fire TV with an Alexa Voice Remote. Amazon Fire TV will let you showcase all of your Prime Photo through your Fire TV Stick.
How does it work?
You can search and view your photos and photo album through the Prime Photo App using your Alea Voice Remote. Looking for something specific to showcase from your photo album? Prime members can search people, places, etc. by using some simple phrases. Looking for photos from your weekend getaway? Then you can say “Show my photos from last weekend”, looking to relive all the fun you had last summer? “Show my photos from last summer… Play a slideshow.”
What is Prime Photo? Prime Photo helps keep your photos right at your fingertips, wherever you are. Keep your photos safe while you free up space on your devices when you store your photos online with the free Prime Photo apps. Also remember, Prime members get unlimited photo storage and 5 GB of digital storage for your files and videos. NOTE: Only US Amazon customers receive 5GB free.
I have never tried the Amazon Fire TV Stick before, so I was really excited to see what it was all about and how easy it was to set up. I still have to play around with getting all of my photos organized and added to my Prime Photo Album but all in all, I loved that I had access to all of my Prime account videos right at my fingertips and navigating all of the channels were easy to navigate thanks to the Alexa Voice Remote
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