The English translation(By DeepL.com) is at bottom of the page.
As I mentioned in my article the other day, you can listen to e-books you bought on Kindle by letting the Alexa app on your iPhone read them out loud to you, so even if your eyes are tired or your hands are tired, you can skip them to the Bluetooth neck speaker on your shoulder and listen to them more and more, even if you're cooking or working I've been letting it read out loud to me for a long time, and I'm listening to it by ear.
I bought an inexpensive neck speaker on Amazon and it is very comfortable - it works reasonably well when I'm out and about I bought an inexpensive neck speaker on Amazon and it is very comfortable - it works reasonably well well when I'm out and about. - Silver Life Hacks
However, when I need to talk to a family member or a store clerk or someone else anyway and I need to pause, whether it's the pause button on the neck speaker side or the pause button on the iPhone side, if I pause and have a conversation with someone else and try to play it again, the Alexa app is down. You have to wake up your iPhone from sleep and start up the Alexa app again and let it play again.
It's not a problem if you listen to it once a day or so, but if you listen to it for a long time, of course you have to turn it on and off several times, and every time you do, you have to pull out your iPhone, open the app, and select the book you were reading, which is quite inconvenient.
The Alexa app seems to connect to the server every time I select something, and each time it runs slowly, it gets annoying.
So I thought maybe an Android Alexa app with a looser background might be able to pause and resume playback more smoothly, so I thought I'd try putting the Alexa app on my old Xperia or tablet, but the Android version of It was too old and the app was not supported.
I don't have a choice, so I'd like to borrow my family's Android and verify how it plays back.
If it works, I'll get a small Android device for about 10,000 or 20,000 yen and let him read it out loud.
Or maybe a kindle fire type device would be more comfortable...?
... I've been working on this for a while now, but I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to do it in a hurry, because I think it's a good idea to wait a little while and let the software work for you. I'd like to pursue a comfortable reading environment.
Also, I'm not sure if I can get rid of my android4 phone anymore. Most of the time when I try to get them to do something, they complain about being an older version... the Xperia Z Ultra and my sometime Media tab.