Siri and Google Search were tested by Apple analyst Gene Munster. In order to prove who’s the most responsive service analysts asked simultaneously Siri and Google Search 800 questions in a quiet room and other 800 questions on the noisy streets of Minneapolis. It turned out that the Google Voice Search on Android’s new operating system Jelly Bean was more spontaneous than Siri.
The results were published yesterday in a note. Overall, Google received a B+ for accuracy while Siri received a D.
- Google understands 100% of the questions (not surprisingly, since they are keyed in)
- Google replies accurately 86% of the time
- Siri comprehends 83% of queries in noisy conditions, 89% in a quiet room
- Siri answers accurately 62% of the time on the street and 68% in a quiet room.
The following movie also proves Google’s victory in a competition with Siri. Though the responses showed by the Voice Search on 4.1 Jelly Bean are not as fancy and good looking as those showed by Siri, Google’s service proved to be more faster and more responsive.