Why Voice Search Above All The Other Technologies?

Technology has developed at an incredibly fast pace in the last couple of years. With multiple examples ranging from the automotive industry to a simpler “home usage”, it’s easy to say that tools which were only imagined in science fiction movies are coming towards us.

Voice Search: The Future Is Now

Voice Search: The Future Is Now

Examples like “Amazon Echo” and all the Voice-related technologies are indeed the reason why voice-controlled technologies have become one of the biggest focuses in both the development field and in a business-related one. Let’s analyse the subject in more detail.

Voice Search: The Future Is Now

Voice search has seen a 23% increase in both investments and building assets. This is due to the fact that, generally, voice controls apply to every possible business segment: you can, in fact, control your car’s infotainment, your house’s lights, your pc, your phone by simply using your voice.

Siri was the first “mainstream” voice assistant which actually launched the topic into the market. In fact, since October 2011 (Siri’s launch month) the voice search and control topic started to gather a lot of interest in triple-A companies, like Google, for example. With all these details in mind, it’s quite easy to understand why voice search is so looked after at the moment.

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Future Plans

It’s quite hard to summarize the overall voice-related technology development in a single paragraph, but, in order to better understand the impact this technology will have on the market, we can take Elon Musk’s TESLA as an example.

First of all, TESLA has recently announced they want to optimise all their vehicles for voice control before 2030. This is due to the fact that the entire automotive industry wants to move towards the infamous “driverless experience“, which is, indeed, one of the biggest (if not the biggest) focuses of 2019.

The Mobile World

When it comes to mobile as a whole, voice search was considered as a “plus” feature, but this statement has definitely changed in the last couple of years. Given the fact that (as mentioned above), vocal assistants like Siri and Cortana are definitely used a lot more in a day-to-day point of view, which automatically triggered mobile app development companies to build specific segments which are optimised for voice search and control.

On top of this, the mobile world is definitely moving towards a more “machine learning” dominated approach. In fact, Python-coded apps are the most sold ones in the FinTech and UX field, segments which are both heavily voice search and control-focused.

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To Conclude:

When it comes to voice search, there are signals of the fact that the overall market could be drastically moving towards this approach, especially since Google decided to index the entire web from a mobile point of view. We can safely say that, before 2025, every single mobile device could work via voice control, completely.

Paul Matthew

Paul Matthews is a Manchester based business writer who writes in order to better inform business owners on how to run a successful business. You can usually find him at the local library or browsing Forbes' latest pieces.

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