Siri For Android? New Cluzee App Makes it Possible
Recently, a new app emerged from the Android market making the iPhone 4S’s “Siri” possible to run on Android powered smartphones. Of course it’s not the same exact thing as Siri but a “clone” of the app has been made specifically designed for Android.
The app is called Cluzee and has been deemed a “talking” intelligent virtual personal digital assistant that uses voice recognition, voice synthesis, personal analytics, smart filters and machine learning technologies.
“People are drowning in information overload,” said Ashish Patwa, CEO of Tronton. “We don’t need all of the information available, all of the time. We just need the right information at the right time, which Cluzee intelligently provides, making us more productive.
Cluzee provides the user with services like day planning, a health planner, personalized restaurant and retail recommendations, a trip planner, social media monitoring, and a daily briefing of personalized digital information. Cluzee is supposed to “talk” to the user as well as respond to their commands.
So far, Android owners are reporting force closings, the inability to understand many questions and other problems plaguing the launch. So it seems that this app might need some work before it can be considered a strong opponent to Siri.