The two tech giants have made similar moves in recent months.
Google’s Go and Amazon’s Amazon Echo have both been equipped with “Voice Assistant” software, which helps you talk to the smart home and can be used to search and play music.
Google has also partnered with hardware makers like HomeKit, which lets users control home appliances from a phone app.
But Google’s Alexa is the only one that works across both platforms.
Amazon has been rolling out its own Home Assistant system, and the company recently partnered with Microsoft to create a smart speaker called Echo Dot.
Amazon also announced last week that it was rolling out a new Home Assistant service, dubbed Alexa, that will let you access Home Assistant-related services from any device, including smart TVs, cars, and home automation systems.
The Echo Dot will cost $150 and work with Google Home.