Originally Posted By: TECHNO
I've become quickly frustrated and given up using both programs but perhaps I've been too harsh in my approach.

It probably depends on what you're doing. I've found S-Voice to be pretty good for opening apps (e.g., "Launch Calendar"), going to websites (e.g. "Go to Netflix"), looking up weather, setting alarms and calendars, and creating simple text messages verbally while I'm driving. Again, it's certainly not flawless, but I think we've come a long way with this kind of technology.

Here's an article with some comparisons of S-Voice, Siri, and Google Now:
http://www.boston.com/business/technolog...or_competitors/
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