I know this might sound weird, but since I've gotten into Tasker, I've been playing around with using it as a voice assistant, as it seems most people have, and I got to thinking - what if we could use the Cleverbot system to incorporate some sort of "social intelligence" into our "voice assistant" apart from it just saying things that we tell it to say specifically?
Well, I might be a little late to the party, but I've discovered just how useful web apps have become. I used to use only native apps, but lately I've discovered how great web apps are, especially when it comes to syncing between Ubuntu, Windows, and Android.
I'm currently using Feedly, Google Docs/Drive/other services, Evernote Web, and a bunch of others.
I am new to Moto X, but loving it. I use Google Voice and found the setting to send text messages from my Google Voice number. One small issue, when I use the voice command to send a text, it sends it from my cell phone number. Anyone know if there is a way to change the setting so sending a text with the voice command will be sent through my Google Voice number?
I just migrated from 2.3.5 and I'm really confused by Android's new version of the People app. This is on a Moto G 4.4.4 phone.
Two phone numbers ring this phone. One is the regular cell number. The other is my Google Voice number. It was suggested to use another Google account for the Google Voice number, which I did. Both accounts are configured into the phone.
I have become a big user of Google Voice and have several phone numbers via multiple email accounts. On my iPhone I have tried several apps and found Talkatone to be among the others but there were some close competitors. Now that I have an Android tablet I have tried Talkatone. It is nice but the UI doesn't seem as nice as the iOS version.
I discovered an app that switched s voice to Google now which basically allows note 3 owners to have always listening Google now. After trying to research why Google now is better I always find inaccurate, out of date info. Usually somebody comments saying Google now it's vastly superior but doesn't give examples.