Google’s latest operating system Android 4.1, also known as Jelly Bean, has finally arrived with Google saying it is the fastest version of Android yet. One of Jelly Bean’s most exciting new features is Google Now.
Google Now, officially announced at this year’s Google I/O, uses your search history, calendar and all other Google services you use or have used to put together information applicable only in the context of the person using it, predicting what you want and when you want it. It is also Google’s attempt at competing with Apple’s voice recognition service Siri.
A user by the name of J Lishere decided to test out Jelly Bean’s voice recognition service and post a video of it on YouTube. Due to the unexpected success of his original video, he received a number of requests to conduct additional examples and here they are.
Watch Jelly Bean’s performance in the video below:
You can also view the original video here: