Personal voice assistant apps are very useful when you need a quick way to access information, send a text, make a call or use your GPS. Most of these Android apps have the ability to convert your speech into action and you can use it to perform simple tasks without wasting time. Common tasks for most virtual assistant apps include weather updates, emailing, messaging, notes, internet search, playing music, given directions etc. Vlingo very popular with most users, other voice assistant apps also popular with Android users are:
Robin is your voice assistant for local information, GPS navigation, communication and fun activities. You can ask Robin for directions, local places, real-time parking, traffic info, gas prices, weather, your Twitter news, and much more. For best results, you can use the “double-brush” gesture, where your hand actually touches the phone lightly.
Iris is the reverse of Siri and it was inspired by iPhone 4s feature- Siri. Iris can make calls, send SMS, play music, searching the web, finds news etc. You can also search on various subjects like history, art, biology, literature, journal etc with ease.
Andy is a voice controlled access to encyclopedia information on a vast array of topics. Andy covers culture and the arts, biographies and persons, geography and places, society and social sciences, history and events, technology, religion and belief systems, health, mathematics and logic, philosophy and many more. Andy can also send text messages, initiate phone calls, give you directions and do distance measurements, time range measurements and a lot more.
Skyvi knows everything from Local Businesses to Celebrities! She can text/call friends, find places, make witty remarks and even tells jokes. It can Tweet for you, post your Facebook status, send your emails , search the web and a lot more.
Edwin can set hardware controls and perform Wolfram Alpha voice searches. Voice dial, send text messages, discover date, time, weather, and map data with voice search. Tweet, text, translate, weather, convert and more, all by voice.
Eva makes calls, manages contacts, contact groups, lists, calendar, making memos, announces incoming calls, maps addresses and locations, start applications, load web pages or bookmarks and get you basic stock quotes.
Jeannie helps you answer questions, send emails, voice dial your contacts, set alarms, reminders, listen to music automatically, Search ebay, amazon, wolfram, etc.
Google Voice Search gives you a quick way to search your phone, the web, and nearby locations by speaking, instead of typing. Call your contacts, get directions, and control your phone with Voice Actions.
Speaktoit Assistant answers questions, find information, launch apps and connect you with various web services, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Evernote. It can also get maps, search for news and images, look up weather reports, convert currency and measurements, send email, and much more.