I will add a small note to my story, if it makes it a better shot, and makes my story more exciting, I was probley thinking about sex at some time that my story took place!, LOL. Thanks! Really want that prize for my mama!!!!!
Maybe this is me talking nonsense, but it seems like Google isn't a company run strictly by the top and they seem to be doing quite well.
Voice recognition is still unpredictable because of the huge variation in human speech delivery. When a phonetic pattern is unique enough, the device will get it right every time. I couldn't get "Annie" right, so I changed it to "George Washington." It's right, now, every time. I just want it to dial the right number. I don't care what I have to call it. There are no rules against being creative. We all have to give voice recognition something it can recognize.
Hey Guys, Thanks for the hints/comments, much appreciated. Jimmy, I wish it was a broken microphone but it isn't, it doesn't matter whether or not I use the inline mic on my headset or the one on my phone. Let's not forget that I haven't said it doesn't work at all, it's just not 100%. I've tried pronouncing my wife's name in as many ways as realistically conceivable, but it never ever gets it right. Whereas with more popular names it works fine. On the other hand when I try exactly the same commands in to the voice search on the Google App and it recognizes it every single time. So what I'm saying is they need to work on the quality and reliability of their Voice Control, it's not up to the high standard we expect from Apple.
My Iphone voice command also works fine. Before you write an article, don't you think it might just be the way you speak and there is nothing wrong with the phone?