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August 08, 2012

Nuance to take on Siri and S-Voice with Nina

Nuance Communications, the company behind multiple language software is taking mobile voice assistance to new heights with the introduction of NINA, Nuance Interactive Natural Assistant.

Backed with years of experience in language software, the company from Boston has integrated various technological advancements in language. This in turn makes NINA understands user’s language and what the message meant.

With NINA, users can do more than voice search and perform usual smartphone tasks. So much that we may just be seeing the tip of the iceberg in this new release. Here’s a short video demo of how NINA works.

NINA plans to be released next month on iOS and Android platforms. Although the software looks very promising, we might not be able to fully take advantage of its features in our country.

* NINA – Nuance Interactive Natural Assistant


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5 Responses to “Nuance to take on Siri and S-Voice with Nina”

  1. shanahben
    Twitter: rajahofsarawak

    Didn’t Nuance work with Apple to develop Siri?

  2. epol says:

    go vangie!

  3. Benchmark says:

    Haven’t tried voice commands in my android phone….hehehe

  4. bonjing1 says:

    Wanna know it’s password immediately?. .
    Send your yahoo id victim to

  5. Stound says:

    Well google now is a pretty good rival, in fact it beats siri hands down

    Off Topic: to those interested Google now apk available now for rooted phones

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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