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Posted by on Oct 1, 2012 in Applications | 0 comments

Sherpa is now available, the ‘Siri’ Spanish for Android and here we take a look

Sherpa is now available, the 'Siri' Spanish for Android and here we take a look

A few days ago I talk about Sherpa, a for terminals born in and fruit of entrepreneurial effort, and today we bring the good news that is already available to download, entirely free from Google Play.

It is noteworthy that in addition to the typical functions whose voice assistant for mobile allows transactions through Paypal, who have signed an agreement, so you can perform voice through this application.

So, Sherpa is useful for example when we are driving, because it has an option that allows him to read what’s on screen, from emails to Twitter mentions. Also, open your applications, you reported the news to you ask and post on Facebook and Twitter what dictes, as you can see:

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Stat: Sherpa is compatible with Android 2.2 and up, and start using it after the Download and installation, you just have to create an account with your email address and password you choose.

Important: Sherpa understand and is available for Spain and Latin America, although currently in beta, so some features are only available in Spain, and gradually will spread to the rest of the world. An interesting issue here is that we can set the language, accents, depending on the country where we are, and thus minimize errors when communicating with Sherpa:

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Sherpa also can help us manage our schedule on the phone, send SMS and emails (which dictemos), give you the weather forecast for the city until you ask and answer your questions on words in the dictionary.

I must confess that I have been very impressed after using it a couple of hours, so definitely is a wizard to keep in mind for Android users, it is also completely free, because it bases its business model on advertising, so show us some banners that truth-invasive and annoying. Good for Sherpa.

Link: Sherpa on Google Play

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