Smartwatch with Alexa support

Alexa support is in-built in the smartwatches made by Fitbit and Amazfit. Apple watches support Siri; Wear OS based watches support Google voice assistant. Alexa’s support has been a part of the Fitbit operating system and Amazfit’s Zepp operating system supports it on specific models of the Amazfit smartwatches. We look at the list of watches that are compatible with Alexa.

Fitbit Sense, Fitbit Versa 3, Fitbit Versa 2

Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, and Versa 2 support Alexa and Google voice assistant. Sense is a dynamic smartwatch with a rich set of features for health tracking. The support for Google voice assistant and Alexa is specific to the geographic regions. Below are the countries that support Alexa voice assistant on Fitbit Sense, Versa 3 and Versa 2:

North, Central & South America

  • United States (English)
  • Canada (English)
  • Canada (French)
  • Mexico (Spanish)
  • Argentina (English)
  • Chile (English)
  • Colombia (English)
  • Costa Rica (English)
  • Peru (English)


  • Austria (German)
  • France (French)
  • Germany (German)
  • Ireland (English)
  • Italy (Italian)
  • Netherlands (English)
  • Poland (English)
  • Spain (Spanish)
  • Sweden (English)
  • United Kingdom (English)


  • India (English)
  • Japan (Japanese)

Australia & New Zealand

  • Australia (English)
  • New Zealand (English)

You would have noticed that Alexa support is currently available in the English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese languages on the Fitbit smartwatches. And, support for Alexa is rather limited in Asia. Most countries of Europe are covered in terms of support for the Alexa voice assistant.

So, go for Fitbit Sense as the best smartwatch from Fitbit company as of now. If you would rather have a more balanced smartwatch with fewer health tracking features, Versa 3 would tick most boxes. Versa 2 continues to be a good basic smartwatch model that should be easily the best first smartwatch.

To make Alexa work on Fitbit smartwatches, you will need to have an Amazon account. You will also need to turn on or wake up Alexa through the Alexa app on your smartwatch. You can be assured that Alexa is not in listening mode on a perpetual basis. It will be in listening mode when your watch’s microphone is active. As and when the watch screen turns off, the microphone goes off or becomes inactive.

Alexa can be used to start an exercise, get the latest weather updates, set reminders and alarms, control your smart home devices that are compatible with Alexa. You can also change the language of Alexa to any one of the supported languages that include English, German, Spanish, Italian, Spanish, and French.

As of today:

  • Fitbit Sense costs $199.99
  • Fitbit Versa 3 costs $179.99
  • Fitbit Versa 2 costs $129.99

The prices change as newer updates take place or the latest models are released by the company.

Amazfit Smartwatches

The fashion series of Amazfit watches support Alexa voice assistant. These watches are based on the Zepp operating system and they make use of the Zepp app for managing the Amazfit smartwatches. You may be wondering about the fashion series Amazfit smartwatches that support the Alexa voice assistant.

The following smartwatches of Amazfit are compatible with the Alexa voice assistant:

  • Amazfit GTR 4
  • Amazfit GTS 4
  • Amazfit GTR 3 PRO
  • Amazfit GTR 3
  • Amazfit GTS 3
  • Amazfit GTS 2e
  • Amazfit GTR 2e
  • Amazfit GTS 2
  • Amazfit GTR 2
  • Amazfit GTS 2 Mini

If you are buying an Amazfit watch that is compatible with Alexa voice assistant, you need to be aware of the fact that it currently supports English, German and Spanish for all the models except for the Amazfit GTR 3 PRO. The Amazfit GTR 3 PRO supports English, German, Spanish and Chinese. It implies that the Amazfit smartwatch will take voice commands from the list of supported languages only.

Aside from that, Alexa support on Amazfit smartwatches is limited to a few countries. As of today, Amazfit supports Alexa voice assistant integration in the following countries:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • New Zealand
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • India
  • Japan
  • Australia
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Mexico
  • Brazil

You will need an Amazon account to set up the Alexa app on the Amazfit smartwatches that are compatible with Alexa.

Amazfit watches cost between a range of $99.99 to $229.99. GTS 2 Mini costs the lowest at $99.99; GTR 3 PRO costs $229.99 as of today.

Zepp Z smartwatch

The Zepp Z smartwatch model supports Alexa. This watch is based on the Zepp operating system and supports Android mobile operating system version 5 and higher. It also supports iOS devices running iOS version 10 or higher. Zepp Z supports Alexa integration. However, this smartwatch only supports English voice commands for now. This may change in the future.

Zepp Z’s support for Alexa is dependent on the country you are in. Zepp Z supports Alexa integration in the following countries:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Ireland
  • New Zealand
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • India
  • Japan
  • Australia
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Mexico
  • Brazil

You can use the Zepp app on the paired smartphone to push Alexa updates on the watch. You will need an Amazon account before you can link it up with the Alexa app.

Zepp Z is a premium smartwatch with a stainless steel body. It costs $349.99 as of now.


Alexa’s in-built support is limited to a few smartwatch models. Fitbit, Amazfit, and Zepp are some smartwatch manufacturers that have integrated Amazon Alexa into the smartwatch operating system. However, support for Alexa is limited to a few countries on these smartwatches. Only Fitbit watches seem to provide exhaustive coverage in terms of countries and languages for Alexa voice assistant support.

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Rajesh Dhawan

Rajesh Dhawan is a technology professional who loves to blog about smart wearables, Cloud computing and Microsoft technologies. He loves to break complex problems into manageable chunks of meaningful information.