Alexa continues to get support for more digital services so that the personal assistant can appeal to more people. It’s already capable of streaming music from a wide variety of music streaming services and if this particular service was the one you preferred, you will be happy to find out that it’s now possible to stream music from Deezer through Alexa.

Deezer voice control is now available on Amazon’s Echo devices as well as devices that are powered by Alexa, this includes third-party devices like the Sonos One. Users in 66 countries across the globe will be able to take advantage of this feature.

Users can simply say “Alexa, play…” followed by the name of the song or album they want to listen to and Alexa will cue up the music automatically. Deezer Premium+ subscribers in the United Kingdom can simply say “Alexa, play Flow” to have the streaming service play a neverending streaming of personalized music.

The service will also allow all users to use voice commands when searching for songs and accessing play/pause options using Alexa. It even supports song skipping and volume control.

Deezer voice control support for Amazon Alexa will be gradually rolled out in all Alexa-supported territories throughout this month, including the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

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