Google’s “Do A Barrel Roll” Easter Egg Now Spinning Jelly Bean Screens
In box we longed for it the initial time around, go to Google as well as poke for “Do a tub roll.” Clever, right? It’s a fun fool around upon a classical Star Fox saying. But right away with a energy of Google Now, Android users can perform a tub hurl upon by simply vocalization to their phone. Try removing Siri to do that.
Google Now is partial Siri torpedo as well as partial programmed personal assistant. Google voiced a Jelly Bean underline last week during I/O. The tub hurl pretence uses a feature’s voice prompt, however Google Now is often centered around rsther than crafty serendipitous updates. Google Now loads continue report in a morning, trade reports when we leave for work, as well as sports scores for a one preferred teams. That said, it facilities a voice submit mode really identical to Siri to support with pulling a info — as well as behaving tub rolls
[via Droid Life]
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