Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Google's Siri competitor for iOS arrives

The  software provides contextual, spoken results for voice queries and serves up Web searches for everything else.In some testing , the answers came back markedly quicker than Apple's own Siri, even showing you voice transcriptions as queries were spoken  something Siri does not do until users are done talking.
The new feature went out as part of an update to Google's search application this morning, which also added support for Apple's iPhone 5. iOS users need to be on iOS 4.2 or above to use the new feature.Google said it plans to build some of the same search integration into its other products, namely Calendar and Drive, though it has not set out a timetable for those additions.

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