From my testing over the weekend, I’m impressed. Besides the generally accurate voice recognition and picking up cues from natural speech, which are no slouch, they have already implemented a few tricks that make the app stand out.
If you’re not familiar with Indigo, you should be as we’ve covered it numerous times already. It’s a cross-platform personal assistant for both Windows Phone and Android.
Hello Indigo, if you’re not already familiar with the name, is a personal assistant that’s set to be released later this month.
Indigo is a cloud-based personal assistant app that you can download to your smartphone, tablet or computer.
We reported yesterday on Indigo, the new voice controlled personal assistant from Artificial Solutions and promised that we’d try and spend some time with the app here at MWC.
What’s interesting about Indigo is it works across multiple platforms and devices. As we understand it, your Indigo profile is cloud based to allow it to follow you from device to device and platform to platform.
What we’re seeing here is the developers at Artificial Solutions creating a natural language service that you’ll not easily get away with speaking about without mentioning Apple’s Siri.
The cloud-based app will be released in beta in the next week, and will be available to Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry users, as well as for use on computers and smart TVs.