Reverb allows you to interact with Alexa from anywhere. Via Alexa, Reverb answers questions, reports traffic and weather, gives info on local businesses, provides sports scores and schedules, and more using the Alexa Voice Service.

For correct weather and alerts, please use the Alexa app or website to set Reverb's location and timezone.

Reverb now uses Alexa v2, which adds support for timers, alarms, long form audio, audiobooks, and more.

It can also interact with smart devices that are compatible with Alexa, such as lights, switches, and thermostats compatible Samsung SmartThings, WeMo, Philips Hue, and others.

Alexa is always learning new features, plus thousands of skills like 1-800-flowers, Animal Sounds, and more

Reverb does not support music due to Alexa doesn't allow use of Amazon Music in apps. Only hardware implementations are allowed to play Amazon Music and certain News Briefings.

Try Asking Questions:
Alexa, set a timer for 5 minutes.
Alexa, set volume to 4.
Alexa, set an alarm for 5 pm.
Alexa, why is the sky blue?
Alexa, how many ounces are in a cup?
Alexa, how far is the moon?
Alexa, tell me a joke.
Alexa, what is 16 plus 41 multiplied by 24?
Alexa, do you know Siri?
Alexa, sing happy birthday.

Try enabling other skills via voice
Alexa, enable Campbell's Kitchen.
Alexa, ask Campbell's Kitchen what's for dinner.
Alexa, ask 1-800-Flowers to order Becky flowers.
Alexa, tell Tide I have a juice stain.

An Amazon account is required in order to sign in and use Alexa service. This is a requirement of Amazon. Reverb is never given your Amazon account credentials.

What's New

Version 2.2.1

Improved card scrolling
Improved support for skills that play several short audio clips

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
52 Ratings
52 Ratings

Simple, like Alexa. Great to have A. on my laptop anywhere!


Very pleased! Simple and it works. Contrary to the other reviewer, I do NOT want a GUI. No buttons and bars, etc. Just want to use my voice, which is the purpose of using Alexa. Alexa is supposed to do the work. It is a voice activated system, why would I want to use a GUI? Hands free is the concept behind Alexa. You have to use the Alexa App to get more, and that is a failure of Alexa.

Big thanks to the dev for the apps - both Mac and iOS. And for their simplicity which matches Alexa in concept and design.

could be better

Logan Walla

it would be really nice to be able to listen to music, but on the other side i can still play music on any of my devices from anywhere i happen to be ( like out of town ) but i cant hear it myself :( the drop in feature would be a nice featur to add as well, all in all pretty sweet but i mainly use Alexa at home to drop in on my other rooms and listen to music, guess i still have to use my phone for that out of town.

Cool idea but needs improvement


Cool idea, and since I have lights around my house controlled via Alexa, but don’t have an Echo in my computer room, it’s actually handy for that. However, it uses a lot of system memory (ram), up to 1GB when its idling in the background. Also, as others have pointed out, it would be much easier to use if it lived in the menu bar and was invokable via a keyboard shortcut.


Rain Interactive
11 MB
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor
English, German, Japanese
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
© 2016 RAIN, Inc.


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