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Google Search for iPad comes with Voice Recognition

Nov 23, 2011 by     4 Comments    Posted under: Daily Stuff, Gooogle

Google Search for iPad comes with Voice Recognition


The updated version of Google Search for iPad tablet has launched with a cool voice recognition feature. It also has a visual search history tab and a version of Google Instant. Voice activated application is a big craze in mobile gadgets nowadays. Apple created a huge hit with iPhone 4S with the Siri application. The newly released iPhone 4S’ major come-on and the thing that sets it apart from iPhone 4 is the Siri voice activated software.

The new search app for iPad has multiple panes so you can go to your favorite websites much faster. Google is creating a lot of applications for iPad- being the dominant player in the tablet market with big steps ahead of the Android market. Meanwhile, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is slowly making its way to tablets and smart phones with the goal of using these two operating systems with a single cool app.

It was a surprise that Google is riding on the iPad popularity. The two companies rival in the computing world but are now making strategic marketing moves that do not only allow them to profit, but in essence, allows us users to take advantage of great and useful apps.

4 Comments + Add Comment

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  • @Henry,
    Mukhang gagana na ang siri sa jail broken iphone 4 have you heard about spire

  • Kung pwede na rin apply sa iPhone 4 ung SIRI mas maganda pero baka hindi kaya ng system requirements. I wanna test how good SIRI is.

    • @Henry,

      Siguro darating din yun maiaaply rin nila yun.. Yun nga lang sa angayon di muna para bumenta yung Iphone 4S 🙂

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