Siri vs Google Search Android 4.1 Jellybean

FPJ BureauUpdated: Sunday, June 02, 2019, 01:53 AM IST
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Siri is the state of the art, most powerful personal assistant we’ve known so far. However, we’ve seen various blows to Siri coming from various Android apps by individual developers and even Samsung itself stepping in with its S- Voice.

Jellybean, the latest iteration of Android, brings new competition to the plate. The new integrated Google search and Google Now together deliver a new level of experience we haven’t seen so far on smartphones.

Both iOS 6 Siri and Google Search on Jellybean provide intelligent answers, based on the things you ask it. Googles offering takes the crown thanks to showing more detailed responses to searches and simply throwing up data that is more useful.

Google is obviously bit new in game and hence has better things to show us. However, the video below doesn’t take into consideration the power of Google Now, that uses power of Knowledge graph to interpret what you intend to do – simply amazing.

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