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Development never stops in the Android community and there’s always something new to tinker with. It’s time for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3 SGH-T999 users to try and enjoy Google Now–the fastest and easiest way to search for information on the Web; that is, with the use of your own voice. No need for some rush typing when you are driving or doing something else. Just say it and Google Now will find it for you in an instant. Credit goes to the ever-innovative members of XDA Developers who were able to make a way to install the Google Now app…

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The fact that Google Now is officially a part of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean hasn’t stopped Galaxy S3 owners from sideloading the app onto their device. Availability clearly isn’t an issue for those who know their way around, but there’s still one app that gets in the way of fully appreciating all that Google Now has to offer — Samsung’s S Voice.

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After Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 with S-Voice at the end of May this year, LG came out and announced their “Quick Voice” assistant (a month later) which does many of the same things: maps search, web search, weather, and integrates with apps like Email, Alarm, Calendar and more. Given LG’s track record of following in Samsung’s footsteps for everything Samsung does, and that they should’ve needed at least a few months to get the Quick Voice app ready, it’s probable they knew about Samsung’s S-Voice way ahead of anyone else. I wonder how… But while it upsets me to see…

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Judging from the brisk sales of Samsung’s flagship device, by now the world is already head over heels for the Galaxy S3. But Samsung isn’t ready to let the romance fade.  They have just released a new video that emphasizes how intelligent the phone is. Be prepared to fall in love all over again. Showcased on the video are the Galaxy S3’s many smart features: the Smart Stay, S Voice, Smart Alert, Direct Call and Social Tag. These are basically the things tech geek dreams are made of. Samsung wants to dazzle users with the Galaxy S3’s eye-tracking ability, which…

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A little bit of sibling rivalry is never a bad thing if it fosters innovation and improvement. What we have here is a video posted by Android Authority’s Clayton Ljungberg , who put to the test two high-profile voice assistants — Samsung’s S Voice on the Galaxy S3 and Google Voice Search on the Galaxy Nexus (running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean). Let’s see how the two performed when subjected to your typical daily grind. Summoning the applications on the two phones can be done easily, thanks to the adequate shortcuts provided to start speaking and demand results. So both passed…