Friday, April 19, 2013

Apple is holding onto your Siri data for two years

Five months after Siri was released, a poll taken by Parks Associates showed that only 55% of people who used the service were happy with it. What that was still much higher than the 9% who said they were dissatisfied, but it also left a lot of people who, frankly, seemed unimpressed with the virtual assistant.

The survey also found that 87% of people have used Siri in some capacity, most of them only used it for basic functions, like phone calls and text messages, while neglecting the other features that come along with the service.

From the article, "Apple is holding onto your Siri data for two years" by Steven Loeb.

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