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Siri Like Android application called "Utter"

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So over time I've tried a bunch of Siri wannabees, all of them usually fell extremely short of actually being useful. Today I stumbled upon 1 app called "Utter" .. and it's not bad, not bad at all. It's free and so very usefull

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brandall.nutter&hl=en

 

Give it a try.

 

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Yep and sarah, bob, jim, brandy ...i've tried them all.

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Why not use what's built in? Google Now is infinitely more usable than Siri, and much much faster too.

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Why not use what's built in? Google Now is infinitely more usable than Siri, and much much faster too.

 

That's what i was thinking. Unless it's for an older version.

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Does google now read back the text message before it sends it so you know what it wrote?

 

As a test I told google now "send a text message to mom hey whats up"

 

It then wrote it but didn't let me know what it wrote without me looking at the phone. It also didn't ask me if I wanted to send it. Basically when i'm driving I don't want to have to touch the phone at all.

 

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Does google now read back the text message before it sends it so you know what it wrote?

 

As a test I told google now "send a text message to mom hey whats up"

 

It then wrote it but didn't let me know what it wrote without me looking at the phone. It also didn't ask me if I wanted to send it. Basically when i'm driving I don't want to have to touch the phone at all.

 

 

 

I believe the Moto X and the new line of Droids can do that.  Send text without touching your phone.

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i've had no trouble with google voice/now, i actually try to stay away from installing apps if not absolutely necessary haha

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