This allows developers to create speech-enabled products, and apps that talk to users. The point of having access to multiple Alexa voices is so developers can build skills (apps) in which users interact with a variety of voices instead of just one. If your skill uses only a single voice today, changing the voice or adding different voices in the right places may allow you to provide an even more engaging experience. So, for example, they can give a different voice to each character in an adventure story or in a game skill.
Amazon now has a number of different voices with different dialects and accents developers can now bundle into their skills, according to the company's website.
It's all part of Amazon Polly, which was created for Alexa developers back in 2017. You can cache and replay Amazon Polly's speech output to prompt callers through interactive voice response (IVR) systems, such as Amazon Connect.
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