Google started life in 1996 as a search engine that helped us to better explore the Internet with our computers. Fast forward to 2014, and we know Google is pioneering the science behind making it easier to get the information we want in our hands via voice recognition. We don’t communicate with those nearby us by writing ... Read More »
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Nuance has a long history of working with high-quality voice recognition and input technology for mobile devices. Not only is Nuance the backbone of services like Apple’s widely praised Siri, they also provide their own products. Dragon Go! is just one of those products, and today it’s finally available for free on the Android Market.
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The things Google manages to accomplish with voice never cease to amaze me. Today, the Google Translate app for Android has been update with an enhanced Conversation Mode that works with a total of 14 different languages.
If you haven’t tried Conversation Mode in the Google Translate app, it’s truly amazing. All you have to ... Read More »
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Tonight on the weekly AndroidGuys podcast, Greg Carron (@pixeladdikt) unveiled a new Twitter app called Twitoc, which is now available for free in the Android market. I know what you’re thinking: why on earth do we need another Twitter application, right? Well, Twitoc is not your normal Twitter app.
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Since my last article on voice recognition in Cupcake, two things have happened. The Haykuro images came out and Google released the 1.5 SDK. That means it’s time to test out the voice recognition on a real phone. I’ve compiled some example code that comes with the ... Read More »
Android phones already have voice dialing and voice search. What about voice commands? The signs say voice commands are coming, and soon. The Cupcake development branch features page includes the note “VoiceDialer supports ‘open app’ command”. Also announced in the Android roadmap was the new Input Method Framework (IMF). The IMF ... Read More »