Garmin Speak with Amazon Alexa

Garmin Speak with Amazon Alexa


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Keep your focus on the road with this Garmin Speak voice service device. Amazon Alexa is integrated and takes voice commands, so you can keep your hands on the wheel, and it connects to your vehicle’s stereo system to provide spoken turn-by-turn directions. This Garmin Speak voice service device is compact, so it doesn’t obstruct your view.

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Designed for in-vehicle use

Stream music playlists and podcasts, play audio books, check the weather, and listen to news, sports stats or traffic updates – all while keeping your hands on the wheel and your smartphone stowed away¹.

Time management

Use your voice to easily create shopping and to-do lists, order goods and manage your calendar.

Garmin Speak mobile app

You must download the free Garmin Speak app to your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, and wirelessly connect to the Garmin Speak device.

Controls smart home devices

While you’re on the road, enjoy the convenience of remotely controlling smart home automation such as lights, locks and thermostat.

Incoming calls

Using your car’s Bluetooth connection or AUX cable (not included), hear the caller’s voice through your car stereo while your phone remains stowed away.

Garmin GPS navigation

Access exclusive Garmin turn-by-turn spoken directions by saying, “Alexa, ask Garmin …”. Includes always up-to-date maps of North America with lane guidance arrows showing you where to go.

Garmin Speak performance update

New software release offers significant improvements for audio syncing and connectivity performance.

Explore Alexa skills

Choose from thousands of skills in the Alexa app or the Alexa Skills Store. You can even enable interactive games to entertain passengers.

Compact display size

Extremely compact design measures about an inch and a half in size, allowing for a clear and unobstructed view while driving.

¹Drivers should focus on driving and only use this device when safe to do so.

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