We non-Jelly Bean plebeians have been envious of those with access to Android 4.1 for some timenow, and a recent video from JLishere provides yet another reason to be jealous. The video, a demo of the much-anticipated Google Now, shows off just how accurate JB's voice recognition can be - in fact, it was able to pick up on the subtle differences between words like 'Worcester' and 'Wooster.' It also exemplifies the impressive number of commands Now (in cooperation with theKnowledge Graph) can register - from "call the Drake Hotel" to "do a barrel roll."
Enough balderdash, though - watch the 47-question demo for yourself:
One last note: as JLishere notes in the video description, the demo was performed on an early buildof Jelly Bean - this, in other words, should be considered a beta feature that will only get better with time. If that doesn't leave you excited about Android's future, I don't know what will.
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