Last September, Bose revealed to the general public the Bose QC35II, a QuietComfort headset embedding Google Assistant with a button dedicated to its activation. Well, dear Alexiens, know that you can now use this same button to activate your favorite assistant: Amazon Alexa.
To do this, you need to update the Bose Connect app on Google Play Store or Apple's AppStore, and install a new firmware version for the QC35. Once this update is complete, you will see the option Amazon Alexa. To use it, you must of course also have the application Alexa on your smartphone or tablet. Then you just have to activate it with the dedicated button.
You can then take advantage of the integration ofAlexa to your Bose QC35 II headphones to listen to your favorite songs on Amazon Music, read your Daily Flash, check the weather, and more. In mobility, this helmet can also prove to be invaluable in the use ofAlexan, the microphone of the Bose headphones being equipped with the latest Bose proprietary technology for active noise cancellation allowing Amazon Alexa (or Google Assistant) to hear you even in a noisy environment.
If you did not yet know this great headset, we invite you to watch the 01net test, while waiting to be able to present it to you here.