Indians Say “Alexa, will you marry me?” Every 120 Seconds; This Is The Most Popular Song On Alexa
Amazon has released some interesting stats related to the usage of Alexa, their voice controlled AI, which has become one of the most popular personal assistant globally.
Did you know that Indian said “Alexa, will you marry me?” every 120 seconds?
Here are some interesting facts!
Hanuman Chalisa: The Most Popular Song
If we talk about Alexa, and the way Indians interacted with it, then Hanuman Chalisa is the most popular song right now.
Indians asked Alexa to play Hanuman Chalisa once every 60 seconds, which makes this devotional hymn as the most listened song on Alexa.
While Baby shark become the second most popular song with requests being triggered three times per minute; famous Punjabi track Lamberghini became the third most popular song in India.
Indian Want To Marry Alexa!
The query: “Alexa, will you marry me?” is one of the most popular terms said by Indians to Alexa. “Alexa, will you marry me?” is asked once every two minute.
Indian Certainly Love Alexa!
On the other hand, the search term: “Alexa, I love you” was uttered once every 60 seconds, making the most popular query for all Indians.
Some other interesting facts:
- Asking Alexa about their day seems a major favourite for Indians. “Alexa, how are you?” was asked whooping 8 times every minute by Indians, whereas “Alexa, kaisi ho?” (translated to Alexa, how are you) was asked once every minute.
- Alexa is turning out to be a major force when it comes to teaching the art of cooking food to Indians. Every day in 2019, more than 1000 Indians learned their culinary skills by asking recipe related questions to Alexa.
About Alexa’s Expansion
Amazon has now launched Echo Show 8 smart display in India, which has an 8-inch HD display screen, along with a built-in camera (powered with shutter), and a stereo sound output as well.
This is priced at Rs 12,999, and bookings start from February 26th, at a discounted price of Rs 8999.
We will keep you updated, as more details come in.
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