With Amazon’s holiday season winding down, the retailer is adding an Alexa video monitoring app for its retail stores.
In addition to its retail store and online shopping channels, Walmart also has a video-monitoring service available for its home-based stores.
For a limited time, Walmart is also offering a video monitor for home users, with pricing starting at $29.99 per month.
With this new addition, Walmart now has two Alexa-enabled video monitors in stores.
The first monitor is an Echo Show, which lets customers order and pay for their favorite products with a smartphone app, and the second monitor is a Walmart DashCam.
In short, this new Amazon Alexa video monitor is meant for consumers who want to watch movies, TV shows, or videos without the hassle of a remote control.
Amazon also plans to add Alexa-powered devices to its online store in the coming months.
Walmart already has Alexa-based TVs and video monitors for its online and offline stores.
Walmart announced this month that it will start selling the Amazon Echo Dot in its stores starting in January 2019.
The Echo Dot is the first Amazon Echo-powered device to be sold in Walmart stores, and Walmart says that its first store in New York City is set to open in 2019.
As Amazon’s retail and online stores begin to ramp up to accommodate the growing number of customers who need to watch and record video on the device, Walmart has expanded its video monitoring apps to include both the Amazon Alexa and the Apple TV.
This is an important step in Walmart’s effort to build a video monitoring experience for its customers.
Walmart’s Alexa video-watcher app is available for both iOS and Android, and you can now order and add Alexa devices to your account.
You can also order and register for free through the company’s website.
If you’re a retailer, Walmart’s video-watching experience is likely going to be a great addition to any home or office setting.
Walmart is the latest company to try and compete with Amazon’s Alexa Video.
Apple introduced Alexa Video last year, but Apple hasn’t officially launched an Alexa Video app since.