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Assault
Apr 17, 2013, 12:09 PM
It has been a while since I used Siri, but for those of you that know it well, can you do a comparison to a new for Android app called Sherpa. (I should say it is new for the U.S. it was only for Spanish speakers, but now host English as well.)

I have tried it out briefly and seems to work fairly well, at least on an S3 anyway. Here is the link to the app in the Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sherpa.asistentesherpa

If it is good, mediocre or just plain crap, I would like to know. This should do everything Siri can, and if that is true, then at least there is another alternative to Google Now or a replacement for Siri for those that move from iPhone to an Android phone (or tablet).
All opinions welcome, just please post your phone used and what did or didn't work compared to Siri.



spinedoc77
Apr 17, 2013, 07:28 PM
Sounds nice, I'm going to try it out. Anything will be better than Google Now which sucks as a personal assistant.

SlCKB0Y
Apr 17, 2013, 07:46 PM
Sounds nice, I'm going to try it out. Anything will be better than Google Now which sucks as a personal assistant.

For someone who pretty much heaps crap on Google and Google products at every opportunity you get it's pretty strange that you own Android devices. :confused:

spinedoc77
Apr 17, 2013, 09:22 PM
For someone who pretty much heaps crap on Google and Google products at every opportunity you get it's pretty strange that you own Android devices. :confused:

Cool, I didn't realize I had a fanboy following my every post. ;) I post up my opinion on googles functionality, you will find plenty of posts where I criticize iOS and windows mobile as well. Sorry, but in MY opinion Google Now sucks, but contrary to your opinion it doesn't mean I can't use an Android phone, duh?