Amazon echo app Look is attractive. Amazon echo app allows you to take selfies, record short videos and essentially look at yourself without having to resort to mirrors. The Amazon Echo app first came out around a month ago, together with the device. Amazon has launched an Amazon echo app for iOS and Android devices that will allow folks to do things like take pictures.
Amazon’s odd attack into the world of selfie cameras via the Amazon Echo App Look is now complete with the launch of a companion application for iOS and Android devices that works with the new attached camera.
The Amazon echo app allows Echo Look owners to view live previews from the Look’s camera, take a picture, survey their outfits, mark favorites, compare styles and more.
The company had already complete how the Echo Look app would work, but the Amazon echo app only rolled out to the different app stores over the weekend– a little under a month after Amazon’s declaration of the Echo Look device itself.
The Amazon echo app is designed to work together with the Look – Amazon’s funky $200 camera that takes full-length photos and short videos of users via a depth-sensing camera, complemented by built-in LED lighting and computer vision-based background blur.
The Amazon Echo app also includes support for Style Check, a new service from Amazon that uses a grouping of machine learning and advice from human fashion specialists to help you figure out what to wear.
The company had actually launched this feature ahead of the Echo Look, via an “Outfit Compare” option on Amazon.com and in its main mobile app.
The Amazon Echo app Look includes that feature along with other tools to view and favorite your outfits – allowing you to create a personal look book you can access at any time.
By encouraging users to save their photos in the Amazon Echo app instead of removal them, Amazon then gains access to real-world data about what’s in consumers’ closets, and what they like to wear.
This will help to better inform the company’s fashion ambitions, which have so far included its own private label brands, some of which are exclusive to Prime, and even an interesting patent for on-demand clothes hinting at future fast-fashion plans.
Not only would the Look know about upcoming trends and popular styles, it could potentially grow to one day include other features – like the ability to take measurements and figure out user’s sizes, or make recommendations about how to renovate outfits via purchases from Amazon’s site.
For now, however, the first step is getting the camera and Amazon echo app into consumers’ hands, and start pushing them to snap photos and save the results.