Discussion in 'iPhone' started by fred2028, Aug 8, 2010.
Who actually uses this?
Not me. I just like saying random things and seeing what my iPod does.
I do some times when Im in a hurry and don't have time to search for my contacts
I would, if speaking "next track", "previous track", "what song is playing" would work with music apps other than the built-in iPod app. The multitasking music controls work with third-party music apps, the headphone clicker works with third-party music apps. So, why the hell can't voice control work with third-party music apps?
I use it to call people when I'm listening to music.
I don't since for music, it never plays what i say NO MATTER HOW CLEARLY I SAY IT. I've used it a few times while driving to call people though. Other then that, no real use.
Never use it, though it may be because I have an iPod Touch. but idk.
I asked for it to play a specific song, I ended up calling my grandmother.
I never use it.
It's really more of an iPhone thing for people with iPods. If they ever add a mic to the iPod, I'll get it and probably use Voice control more. But Apple needs to add a more seamless integration for it where you can still see the apps that are running and interact with them. On the iPhone/iPod, it is basically, use the iPhone/iPod or use Voice Control.
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