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Gen 3 does work for multi-room; I just set it up. Setup wouldn't work on the phone app, but worked fine on the computer.
Amazon Customer
· December 3, 2018
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Nope, it's not.
Recently I have bought a GGMM D3 battery base for my echo dot 3, now I can take it to the backyard (while doing yard work/gardening), really enjoy this.

Aubrey Merton
· September 3, 2019
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No you do not. You will need to download the Alexa app.
Veronica Richardson
· October 28, 2018
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We have six different Echos - 1st gen echo, 2nd gen dot, 3rd gen dot (traded in my first gen), 1st gen Show, Echo spot and a tap. You can change the wake word of the devices to avoid confusion if more then one are in earshot of each other.
MCT
· October 17, 2018
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No, Dot 3rd Gen needs to be charged for continuously using. But recently i have bought a battery dock for my dot 3rd so i'm free to use it in my courtyard or garden without cable. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SFVDSKZ
Naomi…
· August 3, 2019
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WiFi and any device that downloads apps for the free Alexa app. You don’t need Prime unless you want to shop or listen to Prime music. Even though I do have Prime, I found it easier to simply download Spotify into the Alexa app so I could keep my previous library. You can do all the main music apps free through the ap… see more WiFi and any device that downloads apps for the free Alexa app. You don’t need Prime unless you want to shop or listen to Prime music. Even though I do have Prime, I found it easier to simply download Spotify into the Alexa app so I could keep my previous library. You can do all the main music apps free through the app, so unless you want to shop via the Dot, nothing but free app and WiFi is the minimum needed. see less WiFi and any device that downloads apps for the free Alexa app. You don’t need Prime unless you want to shop or listen to Prime music. Even though I do have Prime, I found it easier to simply download Spotify into the Alexa app so I could keep my previous library. You can do all the main music apps free through the app, so unless you want to shop via the Dot, nothing but free app and WiFi is the minimum needed.
myshine
· December 5, 2018
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Hey, i have found a new gadget, GGMM D7 speaker battery dock for my echo dot 3rd. That looks like much more valuable than a thin holder. Nice looking and louder volume. highly recommend you get one!
MFJ
· August 3, 2019
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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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Your question is confusing. But I must say. Spanish is now available on the latest echo devices officially released in Mexico or Spain. If you buy an Echo Dot, it must be the Echo Dot 3rd gen in order to get Spanish. Setup will be english in the beginning if you purchase your Echo Dot 3rd gen in the US, after the updat… see more Your question is confusing. But I must say. Spanish is now available on the latest echo devices officially released in Mexico or Spain. If you buy an Echo Dot, it must be the Echo Dot 3rd gen in order to get Spanish. Setup will be english in the beginning if you purchase your Echo Dot 3rd gen in the US, after the updating process is finished, you get your Alexa App, and set it on Spanish Mexico or Spain, and that's it. I have my decixes working in English and some other in Spanish and it works like a charm. I need English in order to successfully play some hard to pronounce English music in Spanish (i.e. asking in Spanish to play music by Brett Eldredge... is a pain in the ***), and viceversa, asking English Alexa to play music in Spanish, sometimes it just doesn't work until you get a shot in the head arrrghh, so I rather get once device in Spanish and one in English hahaha sorry... Polyglot World Problems... see less Your question is confusing. But I must say. Spanish is now available on the latest echo devices officially released in Mexico or Spain. If you buy an Echo Dot, it must be the Echo Dot 3rd gen in order to get Spanish. Setup will be english in the beginning if you purchase your Echo Dot 3rd gen in the US, after the updating process is finished, you get your Alexa App, and set it on Spanish Mexico or Spain, and that's it. I have my decixes working in English and some other in Spanish and it works like a charm. I need English in order to successfully play some hard to pronounce English music in Spanish (i.e. asking in Spanish to play music by Brett Eldredge... is a pain in the ***), and viceversa, asking English Alexa to play music in Spanish, sometimes it just doesn't work until you get a shot in the head arrrghh, so I rather get once device in Spanish and one in English hahaha sorry... Polyglot World Problems...
Marcus R.
· December 10, 2018
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The first reply to this question says "much better." I wonder if the person answering did not read the question carefully - the request was to compare the NEW DOT (Gen3) with the original Echo (the farm silo Echo, not the earlier versions of the Dot). Gen3 is intended to be superior to Gen2 for sound ... but the origin… see more The first reply to this question says "much better." I wonder if the person answering did not read the question carefully - the request was to compare the NEW DOT (Gen3) with the original Echo (the farm silo Echo, not the earlier versions of the Dot). Gen3 is intended to be superior to Gen2 for sound ... but the original Echo? This seems a tighter competition. Maybe someone can clarify. see less The first reply to this question says "much better." I wonder if the person answering did not read the question carefully - the request was to compare the NEW DOT (Gen3) with the original Echo (the farm silo Echo, not the earlier versions of the Dot). Gen3 is intended to be superior to Gen2 for sound ... but the original Echo? This seems a tighter competition. Maybe someone can clarify.
Honestly Kevin
· October 15, 2018