wow.lol is a collection of voice applications developed for the Amazon Alexa. These Alexa skills were developed to provide a rich and immerse experience to surprise and delight users. From games to education to counters, or just for fun, we have it all!
We have been developing voice experiences since 2006 and have successfully deployed more than 50 skills which collectively reach thousands of daily users. Try some out for yourself and you will be shouting, “Wow. Lol!”
Check out these glowing reviews from our hundreds of thousands of satisfied users!
“I thought this was gonna be terrible but it ended up being super fun!”
– Gertraude B. on Magic Pet
“I assure you that this is much better than an actual fidget spinner, more fun and addictive. This app also helped me become one and find peace.”
– Amazon Customer on Fidget Spinner
This is too difficult. Haha. My three year old got pissed.
– Tiffany on Animal Sounds Game
“Simple, easy, and fun way to lose ‘money’.”
– grumpy on High Low
“It’s easier than Mad Libs because you just supply two to four words, and presto, Alexa reads you a silly sentence. (Also, the Mad Libs app for Alexa isn’t working properly.)”
– Joy S. on Silly Sentences
“If people want to learn to laugh a little, let loose and NOT FIND a reason to be offended at everything, then they will love this app.”
– Grandmaster L. on What Time Is It?
“It’s great to annoy people with…”
– Torah T. on 99 Bottles
“It is good.”
– Shawn on Hide and Seek
Find answers to the most frequently received questions from our millions of users.
Q: How do I defeat the Alien Emoji?
A: Think about what an alien fears the most.
Q: Is 1 a prime number?
A: In order for mathematics to work properly and prevent the universe from collapsing into itself, modern mathematicians have decided that 1 is not a prime number.
Q: What is the one-hundred-thousandth digit of pi?
A: You should really listen all the way to the end of the skill, but if you are too impatient, the answer is 5.
Q: What happens when you take down the last of the 99 bottles?
A: You go to the store and buy some more.
Q: How do I disable the skill What Time Is It?
A: Please refer to page 112 of your Amazon Echo user’s manual. This manual was definitely in the box when you first opened your device, and surely you kept it in a safe place so you could refer to it at a later date to find the answers to important questions related to using the device.
Q: I didn’t know domain names could look like that.
A: That is not really a question.
Q: I am the CEO of a large multinational corporation looking to expand into the lucrative industry of voice-enabled applications. How can I get in touch to discuss the merger or acquisition of wow.lol?
A: Please refer to page 112 of your Amazon Echo user’s manual.
Q: How do I get the coins I won?
A: You already have them. They are digital, so you just can’t touch them, see them, spend them, or redeem them for anything. Please keep these coins secure at all times.
Q: Wait! The capital of New York is not New York?
A: It is not.
Q: Your content is so interesting and engaging. Your code is so clean and elegant. Who developed all of these incredible skills?
A: wow.lol is the product of a large distributed team of talented engineers and brilliant writers working tirelessly to produce voice-enabled skills for your entertainment. It is definitely not just one guy slapping things together between other projects.
Q: Does anyone actually read these?
A: Yes! You are reading them right now.
We are grateful to serve our billions of users. Contact us using the form below. We would love to hear from you!
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White Plains, NY 10603