iSmartAlarm Integrates with Amazon Alexa to Add Voice Control Capabilities to Smart Home Security

iSmartAlarm devices and cameras can now be voice controlled with Amazon Alexa

“The latest updates for the iSmartAlarm system and apps make controlling smart home security and security cameras even more user friendly with voice-activated commands,” said Raymond Meng, CEO and Co-founder

iSmart Alarm, Inc., the leader in DIY smart home security with no monthly fees and no contracts, today announces integration with Amazon Alexa to expand the value of connected iSmartAlarm home security systems and cameras within the smart home.

Alexa is the cloud-based voice service behind Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show and more. Amazon Alexa is built in the cloud, so she is always getting smarter. The more you use Alexa, the more she adapts to your speech patterns, vocabulary, and preferences with new features continually being added. Ask Alexa to answer questions, play music, hear the news, get weather and traffic reports, control your smart home, and more.

In order to use voice control with Amazon Alexa devices, users can enable the iSmartAlarm Skill and arm, disarm, or set their security system to Home mode. Setup is easy and the home’s security is further protected with custom PIN numbers.

“iSmartAlarm is constantly pursuing opportunities within the connected home to improve our customers’ experience and security,” said Raymond Meng, CEO and Co-founder. “The latest updates for the iSmartAlarm system and apps make controlling smart home security and security cameras even more user friendly with voice-activated commands.”

The iSmartAlarm Home Security System is a do-it-yourself home security system with no monthly fees or contracts. All iSmartAlarm devices work together to keep homes protected and the system can be expanded with over 70 devices, such as:

Cameras – The Spot Smart Camera, iCamera KEEP, and iCamera KEEP Pro provide HD video options for every home and budget. iSmartAlarm cameras allow users to identify intruders and assist police with recorded video, check in on pets and kids, identify the sound of emergencies such as smoke and carbon monoxide monitor sirens, and receive instant notifications in case of intrusion.

Sensors & Devices – Users can monitor and observe when a door or window is opened or if…

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