The Amazon Echo’s voice assistant, Alexa, is only available in the US and Australia, and Amazon has also removed the Echo device from UK and European markets, the company has said.
Google’s announcement comes days after the Echo arrived in Australia, the first country in which the Echo is now officially available.
It was also announced by Amazon Prime Minister Warren Truss on Monday.
The Echo is a smart speaker, a connected speaker, and a voice assistant.
In Australia, it’s available for $79, but is now available for a much cheaper $49, or less than half of that price.
The Echo has a range of features, including a built-in microphone, voice recognition and Alexa-enabled home automation.
The Amazon Alexa app can be installed on an Echo speaker, but it requires an Echo Dot, which is a much bigger speaker than the Echo itself.
Amazon has said that Amazon has added more Alexa-powered features and devices to its Alexa app since its launch in April, including its own voice assistant to control music, video and more.
The company also added Alexa to its existing products in Australia and New Zealand, and is now working on adding it to its online store.
The company has also said it will continue to work with Alexa, adding that the Alexa voice assistant will soon be available in Amazon Echo devices as well.
The US and European Echo devices have been available since April.
According to Amazon, the Echo will be available at select retailers in the coming weeks, including Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Toys R Us, and Home Depot.