Google to make its iPhone app voice enabled

When it comes to mobile, Google is on the rage. Just yesterday we covered the search giant’s new iPhone-optimized search portal, and now we’re hearing they prepare to make their iPhone app voice enabled. This in turn would allow users to simply speak their query to the iPhone’s mouthpiece and get results within seconds.

Apparently, Google’s voice algorithm is still in its infancy, hence The New York Times notes that the app can “return queries that appear as gibberish.” That’s NYT folks and they know something we don’t. As a matter of fact, they say Google will release the new iPhone app “as soon as Friday” through AppStore. (checking the calendar) It’s today. We’re holding our breath and waiting for the good news from Google…

[Via: Unwired View]

  • AC

    Great, just what the world needs… More noise.

    So help me, if anyone's sitting next to me on the bus and

    tries this their precious iPhone is going out the window!

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