One reason a number of people bought an iPhone 4S had been for Siri, even if some upgraders felt that the 4S didn’t equal the iPhone 5 they were expecting, but it now seems that Google is bringing Siri like features to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The difference between these two voice command features is up for debate, and we have included a video below this article that compares both the betas.
Siri on iOS 6 beta 2 has some amazing improvements, which will provide a lot more diversity and expanded abilities for Siri, but this has been compared to the new “Google Now” search feature on Jelly Bean. The video reviewer is certainly bias towards Android 4.1, and states that Google’s offering is much faster and sounds more human-like. Hit the comments after watching the video and let us know if you agree with the video creator.
Earlier on this week we looked at the upcoming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update and the release date expected somewhere in the middle of July. We have included a second video below this article that looks at the first device running the next major Android OS, which is the Nexus 7 tablet and this video also gives you a quick taste of the features you should expect within Android 4.1. The first video came by way of iPhone Rumors although these guys obviously support the iOS platform.
The best for voice commands: Siri on iOS 6 beta 2 or Google Voice Search (aka Google Now) on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean? You can see the official Google Now video in the third video below, which clearly explains what Google are aiming for with their new voice search.
Also See: iOS 9.1 beta 4 release notes live