With the Echo Show and Echo Plus devices, you can now pay for things from your Echo Nest or Echo Show without having to leave your home.
And when you do, it’s all in your Alexa app.
You can accept payments from your mobile phone, Apple Pay, and Google Pay, too.
But you can’t do it from your home, since you have to have the Echo app on your home computer to accept the payment.
It’s also not supported by the Echo Link, which is the one you’d use to make payments on your smartphone or tablet.
That means you can only accept payments in Echo Nest mode if you have an Echo Show connected to your computer.
For a more advanced mobile payment solution, there are a couple of apps that are compatible with the Echo Store.
These include Paypal, which lets you make a one-time payment to any merchant you want; and Amazon Payments, which allows you to make a transaction in Echo Show mode with your Echo Show, while also letting you pay for anything else you want on your phone or tablet with your Alexa account.
The Echo Store app has a few different payment options for you to choose from, but you can still use your Echo Link or Echo show to make one-to-one payments to anyone you want, and you can also use it to pay for stuff in Echo Store mode.
If you’re looking to get started on making one-off payments, there’s an app called Echo Money, which can let you make and send one-dollar or one-cent payments in a matter of seconds.
You’ll need an Echo show or Echo Plus to make the payments, but the app will work with any device you’d like.
But if you want to make more complicated payments, the PayPay app can make a whole bunch of smaller payments on any number of devices.
For example, you could make a payment to your home using PayPay on the Echo Dot, Alexa Link, Echo Show or Echo Pay, or PayPay with PayMe on the Amazon Echo.
But the Paypay app is best if you’re a big Amazon user, since there’s a lot of good things about it.