Google Voice Search for iPhone
Google search picked up a new level and announced that they will release Google Voice Search for iPhone, which will chip voice recognition. So next time you want to find something – do not write in the search for anything, just say it in a tube.
The new version of the Google search should go next Friday. The application works as follows: The user dictates the request, the voice is recorded and transmitted to the server Google, analyzed and transmitted to the search engine Google.
At Yahoo and Microsoft also have similar features. Service Tellme from Microsoft helps to know the routes, schedules, movie theaters and find you need maps, but there is a Yahoo oneSearch with the support of voice input, which has many more features.
The system of voice search on Google is not perfect, but it aims to outperform that of its competitors. Experts claim that the advantage of Google is that it has the ability to store and analyze much of the information that it receives. This means that the service will be more sophisticated with time.
Another advantage of Google Voice Search over its competitors is that Google has a database with billions of queries that users are already doing it – it can be used to make a statistical model of how different words are used together.
Search application will use the accelerometer iPhone, which would go into the query input voice – all you need is to teach the phone to his ear.