If you have an Android phone, you may be lamenting the fact that when you use bluetooth to launch a voice prompt and say “Call mom at home”, the phone mysteriously starts dialing Kentucky Fried Chicken in Sandusky, Ohio (and your mom happens to live in Florida). And it does all this without confirmation! Thanks, Google.
To the rescue: Cyberon Voice Commander for Android. I found it in the market; it gets the contact name right probably 90% of the time (unless I’m in a very noisy environment), and of course the biggest feature of all, it confirms that you want to call what it thinks it heard you say. Continue reading Android Voice Dialing with Confirmation