Voice-interface is described as "smarter than a search engine," because her software understands what you want to know.

This article titled “Apple’s Siri has a new British rival – meet Evi” was written by Juliette Garside, for The Observer on Saturday 25th February 2012 13.39 UTC

Siri, the talking personal assistant that became an instant hit on the iPhone, now has a British rival called Evi.

Impersonated by Robin Williams on chatshows and described by Google’s former chief Eric Schmidt as a “competitive threat”, Siri is credited with having given the iPhone personality, but it has often failed to impress British users.

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