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Android Gets Siri For Web Searches

Android Gets Siri For Web Searches
technology

Dolphin Sonar will give Android mobile owners the ability to conduct voice-activated web queries.

Yi Chen
  • 2 march 2012


Since the introduction of iPhone’s personal assistant Siri, a lot of Android apps try to compete with voice-activated tools. However, most fail in delivering ease of use, complete broad range of tasks, and voice recognition capabilities that’s found with Siri. That’s about to change with Dolphin Sonar, a browser that allows users to search the web and navigate the interface using only their voice.

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