Amazon Alexa, the voice-activated assistant that can read orders and buy products on Amazon, is now available for Brazilians to use to order products and orders.
Amazon said that Alexa now works with more than 50 of its services in the country, including grocery delivery, toys, grocery delivery and the Amazon app for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Amazon said it also added an Alexa-enabled app called Amazon Brasil, which provides users with access to Amazon’s mobile app and Alexa-powered apps.
Alexa can also order groceries for Amazon customers.
Amazon Brazil has over 100 million active users, according to the Amazon website.
Amazon has not yet said when it will make Alexa available in Brazil.
Brazil has some of the world’s highest rates of infant mortality and poor access to basic services like health care, schools and other public services.
Amazon did not respond to a request for comment.