Fingers are huge and awkward and clumsy. So companies are implementing tech that allows users to write using only their voice. That means stuff like emails, text messages and notes can be spoken, rather than typed. Not everyone uses the option, however, or cares. But it can definitely be convenient for folks who are in a jam and need something quickly jotted down.
We previously pitted Siri in iOS 6 against Google’s new Search, which the Mountain View company introduced in Jelly Bean. How do the two competing operating systems handle Voice Dictation? We wanted to know, so we did an experiment by testing voice in iOS 5 and iOS 6 against Google’s upgraded voice typing feature, which can be done without using an Internet connection.
Which is more deserving of your precious words?