The app is similar to Google Voice Search; you can use the app by speaking naturally. The app shows instant results. You can activate the app by saying “OK Hound”. The voice assistant offers a wide range of features, such as listening to music or setting up alarms. You can use the Hound to even know the current weather or weather forecasts. The app can help you find the nearby restaurants and movie showtime. Hound is available for both, Android and iOS.
The AI-enabled messaging app is developed by Google. Also, it was first launched in 2016 for both Android and iOS. At first glance, Allo may seem similar to any other messaging platform but it has a list of smart features including the smart image recognition feature. It can also suggest replies not only based on the text but also the images shared within the conversation.
Socratic is an app that helps kids do their homework. The app acts as a tutor and gives answers to various homework problems. The free app is available on iOS covers 23 different subjects including Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Physics, English grammar, Calculus, History, and Psychology.
Pix app helps smartphone users click better photographs. The app offers AI-enabled editing of the photographs on the fly. You need not put any extra efforts of editing post clicking the photograph. The app is currently available for devices running iOS 9 or later. Pix captures 10 frames with each shutter click and uses AI to pick up the best and unique shots.
This app is created by the German startup, EyeEm. It is essentially an intelligent camera roll that helps in finding the best shots by assigning scores. The app uses image recognition technology which helps grouping the photos based on their content. Photos are automatically tagged and displayed in groups according to their categories. It is available only on iOS.