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The Google Assistant Examination - The Good Voice Recognition App

Imam Sulaeman

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The American well-known multinational internet and software corporation, Google Inc, presents the Google Assistant which has been developed to complement with the previously well-favored voice recognition application from Apple that is Siri. As we all know that this Apple’s exclusive voice command feature can be viewed as more superior than its rival like Iris for Android and also Ask Ziggy for Windows Phone. Therefore, let’s have a look at the following overview of Google Assistant to determine whether it has the capacity to contend with or maybe overcome the Siri.

As a matter of fact, the excellent artificial intelligence assistant isn’t just a tool or application that can retrieve information and send it back to the users/owners. It undoubtedly has to be able to help the users to satisfy their needs. For this reason, the corporation has developed the Google Assistant thoroughly as a way to provide the quick access to a few Google services such as Gmail, Google 1 and Google Search for seeking any information or references. In addition, considering the fact that Google has been considered as the leader in the field of search engine, everyone can expect this application to match up with Siri or even beat it specifically when it comes to the information seeking based on the user’s query.

Actually, there will be the 3 primary features that have been included in the Google Assistant app. First of all, by working with this app, anybody can get the great number of world’s knowledge. Secondly, the app will allow for the personalization layer creation. This can be a great way for any user in gathering the precise data especially about how people interact with the content. Last but not least, this talented app focuses on the mobile and voice-centered assistant which means that it will concentrate on the accomplishment of the real-life goals.

However, this application can be considered as the follower of Siri rather than the true competitor. Siri has gained a great response from the market since it is built into the iPhone 4S. This voice assistant is capable of delivering the fun interaction between human/user and the handset while reducing the feeling of talking to a lifeless robot. So far, the results and responses are good, but certainly the drawbacks of any voice recognition app will be the longer time of responses.

Also, the Google Assistant will not come as the exclusive app as opposed to the Siri. The corporation has planned to produce the API (application programming interface) for developers to integrate all apps with this voice recognition app. This can be a benefit of using this application as you can build innovative things for example the compatibility with many helpful apps, web-sites and more.

Taken as a whole, the Google Assistant application includes equivalent features with Siri. The app will listen to the user’s saying and then respond it just like Siri. With the above mentioned 3 key parts, this app has the ability to attract many people to switch from being the Siri users to the Google Assistant users. The application may also be more excellent in terms of searching the web-based data or information.

Imam Sulaeman is one of the authors at Paseban Portal . Visit the blog to get more information, review, and tips about Technology and Mobile Computing .


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