Google has takes on Siri on its own ground. The news has not yet been cleared from Apple, but looks like it will soon estate voice searching and will be added to the iOS Google Search app.
The Apple iPhone 4S as most of us know come with Siri voice commands and control feature allowing you to perform several tasks with ease.
Similar to Siri, you can ask questions to your handset in a ‘natural’ way and get the answers through your phone. Only these answers come from Google’s own database of knowledge.
Handsets supporting Jelly Bean come with advanced searching and the answers include contextual awareness of where you are and what sort of thing you are searching for and search answers; the end result could be very similar to this.
Clicking on an answer will open the web page in a Google Chrome like new tab within the app itself. You can also demand actions, which means on saying, “show me the Ted movie trailer” should pop up YouTube in a tab and present that video.
Google determines that this addition of voice options to the iOS search app, should be within the Apple App store during the next couple of days, adding that it had submitted the app to Apple one week or so. Those who own devices from Apple, are suggested to keep checking the app store for an update or the app store itself for the new app.