WML Cloud - Dragon Mobile Assistant is a voice assistant for Android that provides features similar to Siri.
Siri is standardized and universal tho. And built into the os.
Except for the part where we are not talking about the iPhone.
Did I or did I not see the words "as good as Siri"??? Is that not an iPhone voice assistant?? I could be crazy but I'm pretty sure. Lmao Built into the OS is always better because it's standardized. On the iPhone I know I can simply hold the home button down for 2 seconds and Siri will activate.
What I am saying is that your point is irrelevant to this discussion since we are talking about an App that adds assistant-like features to the Android OS. If you wanted to make a proper comparison, you could have stated that you prefer an integrated system because it is standardized and what not. I'm not the only one confused because your comment has been rated as trolling (by other users). My point is to word your argument correctly.
Oh ok. I got ya. Wasn't trolling. Just comparing Android is a great OS and in some ways superior to Apple's iOS. I'll admit that for sure. I've had plenty of Android phones as well as iPhones.
Ah cool. Good to hear some logic around here occasionally. ^_^
google now is better than both, built into the os.
How exactly does that work? I've heard a little about it. I really like Siri since it's built directly into the OS and so is Google Now i just don't know much about it. How do you activate it?
They're all the same, WP's TellMe works the same way too, it just wasn't overblown on other platforms because I think Microsoft and Google realize it's not a game changing feature.
unless you market it like apple does. apple are the current masters at making something that is not really needed sound like its the most amazing thing ever and makes you really want it.
Yeah they could probably market the Holocaust in a convincing way to most people.
It works as good as Siri? So it's as useless as Siri then? Cool, "let me google that for you"
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