Developers have recently got S Voice, Voice Recognition System from Samsung, working on other Android smartphones. The system, which is very similar to Apple’s Siri, is intended for the Galaxy S III from Samsung.
The S Voice is easy to install, because it requires only one file installation in an apk format. It seems that Samsung has not integrated the voice control for Android with its own TouchWiz-skin. This quite different to HTC where a lot of HTC Sense apps do not work on other devices. Interestingly, the required apk file for S Voice was a leaked ROM for the Galaxy S III.
The S Voice system seems to work on many different devices: the only requirement would be that the device has an Android 4.0 operating system. However, the voice system software is sometimes unstable, as evidenced by several users first experiences using the program. Occasionally the S Voice crashed and you would have to restart the program.
By installing the apk file users will be accessing the S Voice software before the official release. The Samsung Galaxy S III will probably launch in various countries at the end of this month. Other than S Voice the next new Android flagship has other amazing features such as S Beam and WiFi for data transfer. For those of you that are more patient, just wait for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III to use the S Voice.