Will be looking forward to give this a try. android should integrate this in to their phones now :P.
It seems very based on three distinct features, one voice recognition pass words, two social services that have been too delicate to trifle with such as money transferring and booking flights, and third that its incredibly simple and can interpret your meaning without you having to combine your words in a certain way.
Looks like a good intuitive product so if it works it should be a nice addition to the Siri loving iPhone 4GS users.
Looks pretty good, might be as much fun as Siri, maybe even useful!! I don't have an iphone but know quiet a few people who do, they don't use Siri that much and I don't know why. I'll wait to try out Nina on my android phone and see how good or bad it is.
If only the voice recognition built into Windows 7 was as good as Siri or Nina. When I sprained my wrist I decided to try to experiment with the Windows 7 voice recognition but from the sheer amount of mistakes it made it was much faster to just type with a single hand.
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