BlackBerry shows digital assistant for its smartphones




BlackBerry has its digital assistant BlackBerry 10.3 shown. The Assistant works with voice and typed commands and can include changing settings and access the BlackBerry Hub to read messages and mark as read.

BlackBerry has released the first details about the service, BlackBerry Assistant, on his own blog posted . Assistant will be part of BlackBerry OS 10.3, an update that probably this fall will come true and that includes running on the yet to announce Passport smartphone. It is obvious that the manufacturer just like his previous updates BlackBerry OS 10.3 releases for all its BB10 devices.

Users can use Assistant to call functions such as posting a tweet or send a message. It is also possible to use, as the torch-function or the change of a sound profile. Functions of the device The digital assistant works with voice control, but can also function by typing.

BlackBerry is the fourth mobile platform with a built-in digital assistant . Apple made Siri in 2011, part of iOS, Google followed with Now in 2012, while Microsoft Cortana build into Windows Phone 8.1. All digital assistants have different functions and work in different ways.

The announcement of the digital assistant is no surprise: in March showed that there’d be a digital assistant BlackBerry 10.3 in a leaked firmware but that did not work yet.


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