S Voice is a new voice assistant comes with Samsung’s Galaxy S III. It’s Samsung’s own app which began to make much hype among Android fans who were disturbed by the SIRI factor in iPhone 4S. For novice users voice assistant helps to do a lot of things based on users voice instructions. You talk to your phone, your phone’s voice assistant understand what you say and act upon it. I know it’s not a complete description about Voice Assistant. By now you may heard about SIRI, the name of the voice assistant in Apple’s iPhone 4s.
We were talking about S Voice, the voice assistant in Samsung’s new Galaxy S III phone. Yesterday I published a post on this site announcing the availability of S Voice for all Android ICS phones. It is ripped from the leaked Galaxy S III. Soon after the news flashed Samsung acted up on it and the app stopped functioning. The reason the original app had a build.prop check that caused the unsigned version that was leaked to fail. Now here is a working S Voice app for Android. Thanks to XDA Senior Member ithehappy for his effort to come up with a solution. Now non Galaxy S III users can use S Voice on their Android ICS phone.
Link : Download S Voice for Android ICS [Working S Voice App]
Follow the above link to download working S Voice for Android ICS. Also you can find installation instructions there. This app is extracted from Samsung Galaxy S III. Other than S Voice there are some other Galaxy S III apps available for download. It includes Accuweather, Stock Analog Clock, Stock Digital Clock, Video Player, YouTube app, GTalk, FM Radio, Ringtones and Wallpapers.
At present it’s difficult to compare S Voice and Siri. The problem one should have both iPhone 4S and and Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone installed S Voice. Also S Voice is just new and it will take time to analyze a voice assistant.
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Via : XDA Developers