especially in the car "ok google, call the house dragon" ... erm... i mean "ok google, call my wife"
My most common use cases are:
* set a reminder or alarm
* call someone
* "ok google, note to self" --- in german "notiz an mich" - works fine with google keep
* in austria we can book park tickets for the car via sms - so "ok google, sms to ... text 30" is a very common pattern i use to get a 30/60/90 minute parking ticket
* sometimes when I have no pc, before i start typing in a chat like whatsapp, i simply dictate my message. I am not too deep into the use of emojis, so thats fine, to just send the text. way faster than typing
when i think about it... except in the office where other ppl would here what I chat, i think i use my mobile way more than 75% per voice.
In Italian it flunks all the accents and diphthongs. Add the extreme noise sensitivity and my personal preference for silent operation and reliability (I do not want to give a command twice... non complying objects tend to achieve a good flying speed and a sudden halt on a hard surface if they require me to repeat commands too many times) means that I used it twice to try it and then quickly forgot about the functionality.
Also, it has a 4th grader vocabulary (the autocorrector is also equally guilty of that) while I always had a wide lexicon.
* CALL APOGEE, SAY AARDWOLF
* GCS d--- s-/++ a- C++++ U+++ P- L- E-- W++ N++ o+ K- w+++ O? M-- V? PS+ PE- Y+ PGP t++ 5? X R++ tv-- b+ DI+++ D++ G e++>+++ h--- ++>+++ y+++* Weapons extension: ma- k++ F+2 X
* Never pay more than 20 bucks for a computer game.
* I'm a puny punmaker.