Avaible spanish (Mexican) language?

asked on October 15, 2018

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No, Spanish is not yet available. Current language options are English, French, German and Japanese. Earlier this year Amazon said they hoped to add Spanish and Italian by the end of 2018, but they aren't available yet.
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Yes! As of November 7th, Alexa has been updated to support Mexican Spanish.
Valair
· November 10, 2018
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I was able to program one of my echo's 2nd gen in Spanish and the other in English. Now I have a bilingual setup with my pair speakers and echo sub, but beware, the one in Spanish language is not working with all the capabilities of the English one. Not even half of it. But it's a cool setup, sometimes when I searched for a Latin song the Alexa in English haved problems understanding me but now the problem is solved, the one in Spanish get it everytime. By the way if you're going to try this setup, name one Alexa and the other echo (to differentiate the one in English and the one in Spanish)
Josean
· November 28, 2018
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Yes. It is available Mexican Spanish, as well as Spain Spanish on the 3rd gen, but NOT on the 2nd gen Echo Dot. So if you are choosing a holiday season offer, or any hot deals from Amazon... BE SURE it is the 3rd gen! :)
Marcus R.
· December 1, 2018
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Yes. You can choose your language in settings.
Sarah
· October 15, 2018
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Spanish is available
liz gutierrez
· November 27, 2018
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actually just checked because my parents want this in Spanish (in the US) but there is no option for Spanish at all for systems in the US. I went to the Alexa app, looked foe my device and selected languages. the only ones on the list are German, Japanese, and 5 different types of English (US, UK, etc.). With such a huge latino market in the US I'm shocked this isn't an option, yet they offer Japanese? So odd.
Angel S.
· November 23, 2018
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Let’s have them in ALL languages so people who are in my Country can turn their lights on in freaking every language and make everyone happy, unbelievable how no one busted their butt to learn English like my father from all the freaking Nazis that killed most of my family and yes not only 6 million Jews murdered, but … see more Let’s have them in ALL languages so people who are in my Country can turn their lights on in freaking every language and make everyone happy, unbelievable how no one busted their butt to learn English like my father from all the freaking Nazis that killed most of my family and yes not only 6 million Jews murdered, but 9 million people of all ethnic groups- do your homework if don’t believe me ! see less Let’s have them in ALL languages so people who are in my Country can turn their lights on in freaking every language and make everyone happy, unbelievable how no one busted their butt to learn English like my father from all the freaking Nazis that killed most of my family and yes not only 6 million Jews murdered, but 9 million people of all ethnic groups- do your homework if don’t believe me !

ElliotNH
· January 13, 2019
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I have second generation Echo it includes Spanish perhaps you'd be better off with the echo rather than the dot if the dot does not include it

Joe DiGiorgio
· December 22, 2018
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For what it's worth, German is one of the most common languages in the US after English and Spanish. It isn't that strange to see it supported. It's just less common on the coasts.

That being said, I do think it's bizarre that US English & Mexican Spanish weren't the two most supported languages out of the gate. … see more
For what it's worth, German is one of the most common languages in the US after English and Spanish. It isn't that strange to see it supported. It's just less common on the coasts.

That being said, I do think it's bizarre that US English & Mexican Spanish weren't the two most supported languages out of the gate. It seems to me that you'd want to follow the simple demographic curve, and those two cover a significant majority of the country. see less
For what it's worth, German is one of the most common languages in the US after English and Spanish. It isn't that strange to see it supported. It's just less common on the coasts.

That being said, I do think it's bizarre that US English & Mexican Spanish weren't the two most supported languages out of the gate. It seems to me that you'd want to follow the simple demographic curve, and those two cover a significant majority of the country.

R. Moser
· December 9, 2018
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Learn to speak Japanese.

vijayan s chomatil
· December 8, 2018
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Agree completely. The idea that it would be available in German, spoken by a fraction of US speakers, but not in Spanish, spoken by nearly one in three people in New Mexico and more than one out of four in Texas. Mind-boggling.

NCTejana
· December 2, 2018
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Learn english

Big D
· November 26, 2018
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I just did that yesterday for my echo Dot, and I found Spanish-Mexican. At least is available in the US.

F. Zam
· November 25, 2018
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there is not available Spanish yet but Alexa sometimes understand few words like Alexa que hora es? Alexa como esta el clima? I hope they add Spanish to Alexa soon
m suarez
· November 22, 2018
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Will Amazon decides to add Russian Languige?
Igor Verbitski
· December 27, 2018
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Can I have Alex at home in New Jersey and echo dot in my fla apt
Margaret A. McGinley
· April 3, 2019
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