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Ask Alexa to make the sounds of your favorite animals. She learns new animal sounds all the time and is doing her best to imitate them. Don't be afraid when you hear her roar like a lion. She probably won't eat you.
HOW DOES IT WORK? Just ask your Alexa to open the animal sounds skill. Each time you open the skill we will play a random animal sound and then give you the option to hear another animal sound or to play an animal sound guessing game.
You can say… - Alexa, open Animal Sounds - Alexa, tell Animal Sounds to play a guessing game - Alexa, ask Animal Sounds for a random anima - Alexa, tell Animal Sounds imitate a Lion - Alexa, ask Animal Sounds what animals you know
Here are a few you should try: baboon, bear, bobcat, cat, cow, coyote, hippopotamus, lemur, lion, spider, monkey, spider monkey, rooster, and many more.
This skill is made for kids and never collects any personal data. If you haven't enabled kid skills on your Amazon account, a parent or guardian will be prompted provided permission to use kid skills when enabling this skill.
WHO BUILT THIS SKILL? This skill was developed by RAIN's voice innovation team. RAIN helps brands innovate with voice at the intersection of marketing and technology.
Mine works just fine and has a TON of sounds!! My kids love it!! Here are the sounds that I know work (& I know there are a lot more): cow, horse, dog, cat, goat, sheep, pig, chicken, rooster, owl, frog, snake, parrot, parakeet, nightingale, butterfly, peacock, duck, geese, seagull, raccoon, seal, wolf, rhinoceros, crow, fox, camel, alligator, crocodile, zebra, dolphin, whale, lion, tiger, bear, coyote, hyena, monkey, gorilla, chimpanzee, cheetah, panther, bobcat, alpaca, penguin, cricket, elephant, leopard. There are a few that should be there but aren’t like a donkey and a hippopotamus. Anyway, the people that say there aren’t very many sounds just aren’t very creative in thinking of animals.
I used to enjoy playing this app with my two toddlers at breakfast time. But something changed in the last few months and is now 90% of the game is listening to Alexa talking about what she can do. After every Single animal sound, Alexa restarts her spiel about how she can make an animal sound or play a guessing game.
Really fun for toddlers. My 3 yo has a lot of fun with it. Dropping one star for two issues: First, it still lacks many popular animals, e.g. kangaroo, camel. Second, found a bug with the sound of "fox" where it goes into a non-stop loop.