Samsung Updated S Voice App Comes with Faster Voice Recognition
Its not only the Galaxy S5 which is getting its fans excited. Apple's only potential rival Samsung, coming from South Korea, might also release its overhauled UI alongside the smartphone at the company's upcoming Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event on February 24th. Yes, this could happen, because a series of leaks are coming into highlight of late showing the company's updated apps, which have a bit of design alteration.
The latest one has finally arrived touting company's revamped S Voice app. However, this is the company's second upgraded app leak. Just a couple of days ago, the S Health app came to our notice with a similar re-designed fashion.
Like the S Health App that was leaked showing a flatter design, the latest and revamped S Voice also features the same change.
Nonetheless, it doesn't only feature a design overhaul but also comes with some internal tweaks. According to SamMobile, who leaked the gallery of screenshots of the S Voice app, it is now noticeably faster, when it comes to recognizing voice.
However, the app is still not as fast as Google Now. Moreover, the site also mentions that the redesigned app is also a bit slow when it comes to recognizing accents, as compared to Google Now.
Samsung is yet to make its new updated UI official and these flattened apps would probably be seen running on the same UI. We are not sure whether the new UI and apps will come alongside the Galaxy S5 smartophone. Moreover, Samsung has already announced its Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event on February 24, which gives us hope to see the new UI and apps on the very day itself.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!