On Sale: Andy aka the Siri for Android Goes for 99 Cents! (Video)

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  • 07 Oct 2012
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  • If you’re looking for an alternative to Siri and Google Now you can either go with the software we’ve detailed here or just install Andy from the Play Store, especially now that it’s $2 cheaper and goes for merely 99 cents. The app was updated on September 20 2012 and it requires Android 2.2+ to work.

    It takes up under 1 MB of space and it’s the creation of 74 Technologies. This is the full version of Andy, also nicknamed Siri for Android. It’s an advertising-free application, without a daily limit of questions and with Detailed Answers available (video answers and long answers). There’s also a nice feature called Online Ideas, that shows you the most asked questions on the web. It even supports launching apps and has a fully functional stop talking button.

    Interesting Facts is another cool feature and there’s also Bluetooth support and “shake recording”. This isn’t advertised as a voice assistant, but rather as a voice controlled access to encyclopedic information on a wide range of topics. You can get it from here.

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