As well as launching the Nexus 7 required a necessary comparison to the Kindle Fire, the presentation of Google Search requires a comparison with Apple’s voice aid known as Siri.
To this end, the boys of Fortune performed a study in which 1600 questions were made to each of the interpreters in quiet and noise environments to see the differences in the ability to interpret the questions and give correct results.
- Google comprises 100% of the questions
- Google responds well to 86% of the time
- Siri comprises 83% of calls in a noisy environment, 89% silent
- Siri answered correctly 62% on the street and 68% in a quiet room
However, we must bear in mind that in the case of Google Search, the analysis was done using the keyboard, thus, the ability to interpret the voice of Android should be lower.
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