Google Brings Voice Search To iOS, Gives Siri A Run For Her Money

Who says Google's best work is only available on Android? The company has just released a new Voice Search iOS app, that honestly outshines Siri in a lot of ways. It's available now, for free, on iPad, iPod touch and iPhone. It basically brings Google Now from Jelly Bean right onto your iOS device. Getting an answer is as simple as tapping on the microphone icon and asking a question like, “Is United Airlines flight 318 on time?” Your words appear as you speak, you get your answer immediately and—if it’s short and quick, like the status and departure time of your flight—Google tells you the answer aloud. You can get answers to an increasingly wide variety of questions thanks to Knowledge Graph, which gives our search technology an understanding of people, places and things in the real world.

Your turn, Siri.
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