Google has announced today a new addition to Google voice search on Android that will make speaking to all the apps on your smartphone a lot easier.
By implementing a small bit of code (really small, actually) into their apps, developers can allow users to call up searches through their apps right from any ... Read More »
One of the applications we haven’t talked about in a long while is Vlingo, an application that gives Android users full voice control over their Android phones. This was largely due to the fact that Google undercut Vlingo (then a $10 application) by baking several of Vlingo’s core features directly into the Android ... Read More »
One thing I believe most (if not all) Android users can agree on is how handy the ability to use your voice to control many aspects of your phone, especially when it comes to text input. I personally use voice dictation for something almost every day, and at this point probably couldn’t live without it, ... Read More »
Turns out, it’s very difficult to compete with Google. The latest company to realize this was Vlingo, who saw the writing on the wall immediately after Google announced the update to its Voice Search application which duplicated many of Vlingo’s services without the hefty price tag.
In a move to try to compete with ... Read More »
Remember that special event Google was hosting today? They just announced a new service call Voice Actions which allows you to search your phone, the web, and nearby locations by speaking into your phone instead of typing. Google also updated their search widget to support all the latest features.
Users can also ... Read More »