Amazon announced it’s launching its own digital currency for Echo devices and its own app store for its Alexa voice assistant.
The Amazon Echo is the company’s second-most popular product, according to the company.
The Echo is also a popular device for people looking to buy and sell goods and services on the Amazon marketplace.
Amazon Echo device image via Amazon Amazon.comThe Amazon app store has over 5 million listings, with some of those listings having more than 50,000 listings, according the company, with listings from countries including Brazil, India, Israel, Norway, Turkey, and Russia.
While the app store doesn’t have a ton of content, the company did list a number of popular apps, including one called “Echo Live,” that allows users to set their Echo as a backup device for things like video conferencing and remote monitoring.
Users can also buy or sell virtual goods in the app.
Amazon did not disclose how much the company is charging for the app, but it does offer some discounts for Prime members.
Amazon also offers the app on Android and iOS devices.
While Amazon has previously offered the Echo as an app for $30, the Echo’s official app price is $69, according Amazon.
The app’s free version offers more features and allows users the ability to set a timer, control a timer from the Echo, and listen to music, as well as the ability for users to schedule events and play music through the Echo.
Users on Amazon Echo devices can also purchase an Echo Starter, which gives them access to Amazon’s Alexa service and the Echo app.
The Starter version of the Echo also gives Amazon access to the Echo Hub, Amazon’s cloud-based virtual assistant.
Amazon said the Echo Starter is available now and that its price will increase over time, but did not say exactly how much.
Amazon also announced it will start charging for Alexa’s voice assistant, Alexa Skills, in the United States in the next few weeks.