Best Siri Alternatives for Android
Posted on November 25, 2011 by Zan-Admin
Skyvi (Siri For Android): Skyvi knows about everything from Local Businesses to Food Nutrition! It makes witty remarks and even tells jokes. It has a social side, letting you access Facebook and Twitter using voice.
Vlingo Virtual Assistant: The original is still the best voice-powered Virtual Assistant on Android. Looking for Siri-like functionality on your Android device? Look no further. Vlingo is your very own Virtual Assistant. Simply speak to Vlingo and it will help you get more done, faster and easier than before. Try saying “Text John; What’s up?” or “find italian restaurants”, etc.
Speaktoit Assistant: Talking buddy for your smartphone. Answers questions, performs tasks, notifies.Speaktoit Assistant is a virtual buddy for your Android device that uses natural language technology to answer questions, find information, launch apps and connect you with various web services, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Evernote, and many others.
Iris (Alpha): iris. makes your phone talk on topics ranging from Einstein to Mozart. Yeah, Iris is siri in reverse. Inspired from the iPhone feature Siri, iris interacts with you in voice. Gone are the days when you “Google searched” for information. Just “ask” iris. She will talk to you on any topic. Ranging from Philosophy, Culture, History, science to general conversation.
Andy for Android: Ask any question using your own voice, Andy will know the answer!Ask any question in your own voice, Andy will know the answer! Andy for Android (Siri for Android) is a voice controlled access to encyclopedic information on a vast array of topics. Ask any question! It can be anything. Andy covers culture and the arts, biographies and persons, geography and places, society and social sciences, history and events, natural and physical sciences, technology and applied science, religion and belief systems, health, mathematics and logic, philosophy and many other topics.
Jeannie: Control your phone through speech commands (formerly known as Voice Actions)