Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Almost 40% of U.S. Smartphone Owners Use Voice Recognition Software

New mobile research from Parks Associates finds 39% of smartphone owners use some sort of voice recognition software such as Siri or Google Now, although the Apple platform is outpacing Android. 360 View Mobility and the App Economy reports more than one half of iPhone owners use voice recognition, as opposed to less than one third of Android phone owners.

"Smartphone penetration has reached 86% of U.S. broadband households, so it is a mature market, with users, particularly younger consumers and iOS users, exploring more intelligent features and interfaces, including voice control," said Harry Wang, Director, Health & Mobile Product Research, Parks Associates.

From the article "Almost 40% of U.S. Smartphone Owners Use Voice Recognition Software" by http://www.cellular-news.com

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