Apple would have taken over Pullstring’s speech software maker




According to reports, Apple has taken over Pullstring, a company that mainly deals with the development of speech software. The deal probably involves tens of millions of dollars, although Apple has not yet responded.

The acquisition was reported by Axios, which relies on reports from several sources that are not specified. Apple did not want to respond to the news itself; it usually does not do so with relatively small acquisitions. As a result, it is not yet clear what the company wants with Pullstring.

Probably Apple wants to improve his voice and information system Siri with Pullstring. The main product of Pullstring is Converse, with which apps for voice assistants Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant can be made.

Pullstring was founded in 2011 by former employees of Pixar. The latter is now owned by Disney.


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