Quick Answer: Is Google Better Than Siri?

Google Assistant’s abilities dominate Siri and Alexa, research shows.

Google is the best and most accurate smartphone assistant, according to new research.

Siri understood 99.8 percent of questions and answered 83.1 percent correctly, while Alexa understood 99.9 percent and answered correctly 79.8 percent of the time.

Which is better Siri or Google?

Now Google Assistant is way more interactive and user friendly than Siri. The machine learning process used by Google is far better than Siri. Siri is good as a phone assistant that is closely tied to ios ecosystem, but what it really lacks is the amount of information that it has.

Why is Google so much better than Siri?

Google was founded and built on search. In fact, up until recently there were many voice commands and automation options built into a iOS and accessible through Siri that were superior to Google Now. This is because Siri was designed from the ground up to be a personal assistant rather than just a search service.

Is Alexa better than Google?

Google Assistant is much better at handling free-form, web-based queries than Alexa is. Alexa tends to be a stickler for wording, and for particular sequences of words. Alexa also leans heavily on Wikipedia for general knowledge queries, while Google’s search is more comprehensive.

What is the difference between Siri and Google Assistant?

Siri will control compatible smart home devices, open apps, call or text someone in your contacts, set reminders and alarms, find information online, make recommendations, tell jokes and plenty more. The main difference with Siri compared to Google Assistant and Alexa is Siri is only available on Apple devices.

How dumb is Siri?

Apple’s assistant regularly comes in dead last in comparisons with Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Assistant and Microsoft’s Cortana. Everyone knows Siri is dumb, but the steady drumbeat of “Siri is the dumbest” can deafen listeners to just how bad Siri really is. Siri is beyond dumb, it’s an embarrassment.

Does Siri know anything?

Even those who don’t own an iPhone or iPad know about Siri, a smart voice-powered Apple’s assistant. Siri is supposed to do everything a personal assistant would – schedule dates, set reminders, find directions, send messages or make calls via voice commands.