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Some of these bring users a lot of value, reducing friction to use a service or improving the user’s overall experience. But quite a few design patterns actually interfere with the user’s objectives. What should you take care of when building voice interactions into an app? Would any app benefit added voice commands, or does it only bring value to some use-cases?
From interaction design to the dreaded issue of knowing when to stop speaking, you’ll learn what separates a great voice-enabled app from a not-so-great one. You will take away some lessons the current ecosystem can teach us to build better interfaces... and it might put a smile on your faces along the way!
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Having a Voice on Android: How hard can it be?
Paul-Louis Nech is a R&D Engineer at Algolia, where he develops tools for Android developers. He currently focuses on the intersection of mobile platforms, search engines & conversational interfaces… Which you can tell from hearing him utter weird sentences to hand-held devices and debating STT's handling of regional accents.