Q Actions 2.4 now available on Google Play
The recent release of Q Actions 2.4 emphasizes Aiqudo’s focus on productivity and utility through voice. As voice assistants are becoming an increasingly ubiquitous part of our daily lives, Aiqudo aims to empower users to get things done. Many of the improvements and enhancements are “under the hood” – we’ve increased personalization and expanded the knowledge that drives our Actions.
Our content-rich Q Cards leverage Actionable Knowledge to extend functionality into popular 3rd party apps. Start by asking about an artist, music group, sports athlete, or celebrity: “who is Tom Hanks”. Aiqudo’s Q Card not only presents information about the actor, but will ask “what next?”. You say “view his Twitter account” or “go to his Instagram”, Actionable Knowledge will drop you exactly where you want to go!
Sample Actionable Knowledge Flow:
- Ask “who is Taylor Swift?”
- Select one of the supported Actionable Knowledge apps
- “listen to her on Spotify”
- “go to her Facebook profile”
- “check out her Instagram”
Personalization … with privacy
Q Actions is already personalized, showing you Action choices based on the apps you already trust. We can now leverage personal data as signals to personalize your experience, while still protecting your privacy. It’s another iteration of our continued focus and dedication to increase productivity and augment utility using voice. For example, if you checked in to your United Airlines flight, and then, the following day, say “show my boarding pass”, the United Airlines action is promoted to the top – exactly what you’d expect the system to do for you.
Our new Personal Data Manager allows secure optimization for specific apps. If you have a Spotify playlist called “Beach Vibes”, and you say “play Beach Vibes”, we understand what you want and we will promote your personal playlist over a random public channel by that name. Your playlists are not shipped off the device to our servers, but we can still use the relevant information to short-cut your day! If “Casimo Caputo” is a friend in Facebook Messenger, Messenger will trump WhatsApp for “tell Casimo Caputo let’s meet for lunch”. But “message Mark Smith let’s play Fifa tonight” brings up WhatsApp since Mark Smith is your WhatsApp buddy.
Simply do more with voice! Q Actions is now available on Google Play.