Voice commands aren’t a new phenomenon on Android, but as manufacturers bolt on new features things start to get interesting.
While every Android phone offers Google Now for voice commands, Samsung and Motorola offer something extra. Moto Voice extends Google Now voice commands to every part of the phone, even when the screen isn’t on, and allows users to issue an impressive array of additional commands. S Voice, on the other hand, largely replaces Google Now with its own set of tools for answering questions and acting as a virtual assistant.
Both solutions require you to have specific hardware in order to enjoy the experiences offered, and both services are arguable better than standalone Google Now for voice commands, but which offering has the accuracy and feature set that allows the service to stand out in the crowd?