CNET: … Siri has breadth, but Robin has depth !
Robin, by Audioburst, is your voice assistant on the road, bringing you texting by voice, local information, GPS navigation and even jokes, while keeping your eyes on the road. Voice in, voice out. Plus, she has more personality than other voice search products, assistants, chat bots or messenger bots. Robin gives your smartphone a smarter character.
In order to decipher, analyze and adapt to voice commands, Robin sends your voice commands to its servers.
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Ask Robin for directions & places, parking & traffic, your Twitter news, gas stations & weather, reminders & alarms, messaging and much more – all hands-free ;)
Robin is a personal assistant that can be both useful and fun, constantly learning and adapting to you. She’ll even call you whatever names you want! Just tap the microphone button, and Robin will be all ears. Or, “wave hello” twice in front of your phone’s upper edge (or brush/tap it lightly).
Robin is currently in Beta, still a student. That means you can watch her intelligence evolve daily and even get to contribute a little. Come be a part of the experience!
Gesture activation: normally, you just need to wave your hand twice close to the top edge of your phone. For best results, we recommend using the “double-brush” gesture, where your hand actually touches the phone lightly. Certain devices require specific tuning – we are working down that list as we speak.
Permissions: Robin will never email your contacts without your knowledge! It does need a permission to access you calendar for reminders reminders, and to your GMail in case you want email narration – that’s all.
Trouble with a particular location? Missing point of interest? Any issue at all? For best results, give your feedback to Robin right from within the app, so we have more information to actually fix the issue ASAP. See what people say about our speed to address reported issues.
QUESTIONS? COMMENTS? COMPLAINTS?
Submit feedback on our UserVoice page: robinlabs.uservoice.com, or say ‘feedback’ right in the app. You can also contact us on Twitter @robinlabs, or on Robin’s FB page!
Examples of useful commands
What’s the latest on Donald Trump?
What’s the latest on Kim Kardashian?
Play Top Stories
Play Entertainment news
Play Tech news
Play Sports news
Play Business news
Where is the nearest Starbucks?… Can I park there?
Find Thai restaurants in SF… How about French?
Find a burger place … Does it have a good rating?
Go to 1234 Lombard San Francisco
Directions to Hollywood and Highland
What is the traffic like near Hollywood?
Where is the cheapest gas in Santa Monica?
What’s the weather like in San Diego tomorrow?
Is it snowing in Miami?
Texting, calling & email
Call Joe / text Jill
Read my email to me
Remind me to exercise tonight!
Facebook & Twitter
Read my Twitter feed
Tell me a joke!
This app’s amazing! I was lost and I told her I was lost and she helped me go back home! Robin also helped me with some other stuff so I think it’s totally amazing app and you should download it!
Love it but the things I don’t like is when you press the button to speak it a Lil too long for it to recognize you. Sometimes you have to repeat yourself and then shell replay what you said twice. Uggh. Also if you could tell it to play music and other personal stuff would be 5 *
It may be cool when Robin is more advanced. However, Robin can’t identify nav locations that the stock Google Search *always* finds.
Will give a proper rating once 4.0 compatibility issues are fixed. Until then, app does nothing
This is in all star app I just wish it to do a little bit more than just fin directions pull up contacts and such. I would like to ask it to call somebody and it call them too. Fantastic app though keep up the awesome work.
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