Siri vs Google Search Comparison [Video]
Few days ago Google held an annual I/O conference and now we can make an Siri vs Google Search comparison. The new Google’s voice recognition system is installed on the newly released Android Jelly Bean 4.1. Last year, Siri deservedly basked in glory. As the “creators” of the most advanced voice recognition service, Apple easily allowed themselves to sell the iPhone 4S with a beta version of one of its key functions. Competitors had nothing like this at that time, but continued to work in this direction. The new version of Android OS, Jelly Bean, has a built in voice command service for Google, which includes not only the offline text dictation, but also a functional Siri clone, which makes Apple’s creation to tremble in fear.
Google Voice commands support English so far, and fully operates only in the U.S. For many people around the world it still does not change anything – Siri still does not know about may countries, besides Google already has experience in building speech recognition services – with the excellent support of the other languages. The accuracy of any understanding of the commands in English at the “novice” surpasses the capabilities of Siri. Don’t believe me?
Watch the Siri vs Google Search Comparison video:
Not only that thinks Siri slower (due to the load on the server) and grossly mistaken in one case, so also does not have a proper functionality, such as image search, which is already embedded in the Google’s service of voice commands. All of the commands including those that Apple showed on iOS 6 presentation were clearly and perfectly understood by the ”newcomer” and were flawlessly reproduced. The answers are much more enjoyable and have less robotic voice. The picture looks not so good for Siri now as it has one more serious competitor and Google don’t want to be an outsider when it comes to anything concerning new technologies that promise profit and market growth. Apple, move.
Update: Check out 47 questions putted to Google Now which is better Siri.