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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by The Game 161, Oct 17, 2011.
If so found any problems with Siri understanding what you say?
in initial tests australian voice picks up better response then uk one.
Depends on your accent, really. If you have a British accent then the UK Siri voice will pick up what you're saying easier, if you have an Australian accent then the AU Siri voice will pick up what you're saying easier, etc.
Except that there's no such thing as a 'British' accent
Some of our Scottish/Welsh/Irish friends on here are reporting having better success with Australian or US settings...
My accent is fairly generically northern, and the UK English Siri understands about 60% of what I say at best.
I do fail to see how those in the UK like myself will find it tough using the US voice which is what I will do when I get the 4s
The UK version jus sounds odd to me....the US one I fail to see how she won't understand my voice. Not like it's much different to the US
Yeah - I have mine set to UK, but I haven't really used Siri all that much. I'm gonna switch it to US and see how I get on.
Siri US voice is better than all the others.
I switch between US and Australian Siri. I hated the way the British dude sounded.
Siri should have voice packs! I want mine to speak with the "voice" of Stephen Hawking! Surely that wouldn't be too difficult, either.
GLaDOS or gtfo.
I found that the australian voice was really the best sounding and pleasing over the US version, but it did not understand my commands as well. I wish there was a way to change the voice and have a selection on the voice location so it would understand us english but speak australian english.
I'm using an American accent with a Uk iPhone and I don't find it that accurate.
I have a UK iphone and prefer the Australian Siri the voice sounds more human and natural, I so wish it would recognise places in the uk though sick of it saying I can't search for places out side uk etc...
Yeah that's who I use now.
Is the US and Canada Siri the same? Or is there a special Canadian Siri that understands words like hoser and Sidney Crosby?
Doesn't recongize Tim Hortons for me... absolutely butchers it
I totally forgot about switching the language. Trying out the Aussie version, although it does seem like the US version's a bit more accurate for me still.
Doesn't it get the spelling wrong using the American voice?
No. I actually prefer the UK voice now, after using it for a while .