Nuance Communications today announced that its Dragon Go! application is now available to the Android platform. Rather than offer simple voice dictation for search queries, Nuance says that Dragon Go! is contextually aware and will thus offer better search results. The app uses Nuance's Dragon voice recognition technology with "natural language understanding, unique analytical tools, and elements of artificial intelligence." The search application also combs hundreds of top content sites, such as Bing, Facebook, iTunes, Twitter, and YouTube, to deliver more relevant results. Dragon Go! can also be used to issue voice commands and works with a number of different native Android applications. Dragon Go! for the Android is free to download and use.
Tried using this service the other day, it works but, it is limited by what it can do. On my MYtouch 4g doesn't always understand what you are saying. It syncs with Pandora, Netflix, Yelp!, Facebook and Twitter, however it does require you to re-enter the account information and doesn't pull it from the pre-installed apps on your phone for those services, I hoped it would aleast already have my Facebook info for the app but, security security security so it doesn't port it over..... It doesn't have the voice response the other services offer, and also doesn't allow for voice commands on the phone other than to call someone. Otherwise, a step in the right direction. Easy enough to use but you are giving it commands, it doesn't work as advert... (continues)