Speaktoit For Android Now Allows Users To Teach Their Virtual Assistant Anything

Previously I reviewed the Speaktoit Virtual Assistant. Recently, this app underwent some major improvements including a unique functionality that lets Android users to teach their assistants how to respond and react to any specific command. This feature is available for premium users through a Premium account. This great new feature is likely to resolve (or at least reduce) a common annoyance that users face when mobile voice assistants don’t understand Continue Reading →

Dragon Mobile Assistant For Android Works As Good As Siri!

Dragon Mobile Assistant is a Siri like voice assistant for Android that comes with some exceptional features. Ever since Siri made its debut, voice assistants have been in great demand. Although Android has no shortage of apps that execute voice commands, however the accuracy of these apps has seen a whole new level ever since the iOS app came to light. In a previous post we explored Google Now, which Continue Reading →

Dictate Emails To Windows Phone With Say Mail! Speech To Text App

While text to speech technology seems to be functional via various applications and web apps, the same cannot be said for “Speech To Text”. Many speech to text engines are highly dysfunctional and difficult to operate and train. Furthermore, apps like Siri or Microsoft’s TellMe can be quite dysfunctional when one wishes to dictate longer passages to them, (e.g. to send a text message). Say Mail! is a Windows Phone Continue Reading →

Replace S Voice With Google Now On Samsung Galaxy S III

Samsung Galaxy S III provides its own default voice assistant known as S Voice. However, if for some reason you are not satisfied with your S3 voice assistant then you can use the Google Now to take over your voice assistant’s functionality. In this post, I will explain the process of installing Google Now on a rooted Samsung Galaxy S III device. If you would like to find out how Continue Reading →

Get Mitini, Siri Like Application For Windows

Siri is an iOS application, which acts as a software assistant and knowledge navigator that fetches information regarding the things mentioned in voice commands, given by the user. It uses a natural language user interface to answer questions, provide recommendations, and perform actions by delegating user requests to a set of web services. Siri has been designed to adapt to the user preferences over the passage of time, in order Continue Reading →