Edwin is a speech-to-speech voice assistant & utility. Ask it the weather, make calls, SMS, tweet and tons more! Requires (!) SpeechSynthesis Data and TTS Extended apps
* Conversions & Math
* Map Directions
* Bigger text out
+ Bug fixes
Edwin is still evolving. Email suggestions and issues.
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Updated: May 31, 2013
Version 0.5.2 [0.499712 MB]
Not the best.. by LadyX
With all this hype about Siri and the iPhone I’ve been doing some searching for the best Android voice command applications. Edwin, Speech-to-Speech seems to be one of the less awesome Personal Assistant like apps. While it does have some really neat features like Wolfram Alpha, it doesn't seem to handle simple day-to-day commands as well as I'd like. For a test I asked it to "send a text message to FirstName, good morning." and it brought up a screen to choose an application. After you click on the Messaging app installed on your phone it doesn't insert the send to name or any of your spoken text, it just takes you to your messaging app. So while that may be handy for some, if I'm using voice commands to do something that likely means that I don't have a free hand so this is something that this app couldn't do for me. The second test I did was to ask "give me directions to Starbucks" and while it did prompt me for which Map application to use it failed at translating the command I gave it into a useful location and Maps tried to direct me to "give me Starbucks." Obviously just scraping out the word directions. So if you're looking at a voice command application that has access to Wolfram Alpha and can do some math and you don't need things like directions or the ability to send texts, give this one a try. For me, directions and texts are my two main objectives and this one won't work for me.