|09-07-2012, 05:11 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Nanaimo, BC Canada
Device: Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Voice Commands Getting More Useful
Years ago I broke my arm.
I had to continue to work, so I bought and installed Dragon Naturally Speaking. It worked pretty well, but just about the time I got it working fairly good, I had healed enough to rest my cast on the edge of my desk and type.
The typing was much faster so I went back to it and thought that the voice stuff was just for people who couldn't type or who were visually impaired.
My old iPhone and Android tablet where too underpowered for voice, but when I got my new Galaxy Note, I decided to play with the voice commands.
I am using the Out of Milk app for my grocery list and now I tap the microphone button and just say "broccoli" instead and it is there in a flash - faster than typing.
And the Google search using voice is working quite well and is faster than typing.
How about anyone else? Is Voice working well for you?
|09-07-2012, 05:15 PM||#2|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: ENGLAND - HONG KONG
Device: a dead as PARROT Kindle keyboard 3G,NEXUS 7 and Proud Of It
You should try a Nexus 7 then ,it will impress u even more as i use it often replying to messages on facebook as well as other things.It seems to get things 90% + of the time enven though i have a english accent. It easily rivels ipads safari voice software.
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