May 28, 2013 02:33 PM EDT
Everything.me Siri-like Android Content Search App Launched,
Everything.me is basically Siri for the Android, minus the voice commands sadly. Everything.me allows you to search for content across native and mobile apps and replaces the Android home screen. The focus is on personalization.
The app description boasts about its features (we’ve bolded the interesting parts):
Imagine your phone could be dynamic, constantly adapting to your interests, your location, your life. Everything.me Home is a launcher that turns your phone into a Dynamic Phone! you think it and you get it; your phone adapts to you.
The Dynamic Launcher by Everything.me, is the new way for people to interact with their mobile devices, and the ULTIMATE personalization tool for any Android smartphone. Your new home.
*** Currently available only in: USA, Spain and Canada ***
Think of your smartphone. Every time you open it, you get exactly the same apps. You want to go to the movies? Same apps. You want to grab something to eat? Same apps. It's static. It's always the same. Let's say you want to watch a movie. Any movie. Enter the name of the movie and the phone will instantly transform: The background will be from the movie. All the apps will be about the movie, self-assembling on your screen, ready to use. Tap any app, and it will open into the content you wanted. Now think of something else: a singer, your favorite food, your team. The phone will change again, becoming what you had in mind. It's that simple. This is the Dynamic Phone: it gets what you want – and instantly adapts to get you what you have in mind.
Everything.me Launcher main features: ============================ ► Understanding your intent Smartphones aren't really that smart. They might be as powerful as a computer, but they don't really understand you. They might not get the difference between Madonna the singer and the holy Madonna when all you want is to listen to some music, and they might show you games instead of nearby restaurants when all you want is sushi. If smartphones were so smart, you wouldn't have to work so hard to find relevant content when you need it. With the Everything.me launcher, all you have to do is enter whatever's on your mind - one or two words will usually do - and it'll understand and get it for you. ► Every app you'll need Things are simpler with a Dynamic Phone launcher: from the get-go, it brings you every app you’ll ever need, native or web. ► Launch in context With an ordinary, static smartphone, your work's never done. Even when your apps are lined up all nice and tidy you still have to search inside them for the stuff you want. A Dynamic Phone is smarter – so smart, in fact, that it asks other apps for the content you're looking for. For example, if you're shopping for a new digital camera, just enter the name of the camera and all the relevant shopping apps will appear. Click on any of the apps, and it will open directly into the content you wanted - reviews, price comparisons, you name it. ► Smart Folders Managing and maintaining your apps is a technical and logistical challenge. You need to search, install, register, log in, provide location, update, forget… Apps demand your attention, cognition, awareness, memory.... A Dynamic Phone works for you, not vice versa. You have pre-loaded Smart folders full of apps you use all the time – news, social, music, games and more. Every folder is instantly ready-to-use and dynamically updated. Your stuff is still here You might be asking yourself: now that my phone is Dynamic, where's all my static stuff? Well it's still all here, accessible at the touch of a button.
It currently boasts a 4.4 rating on the Google Play Store with 100,000-500,000 installs. Better search, automatic sorting of installed apps and more. Everything.me may be worth checking out for the Android user that has been jealous of Siri. If only we could get voice commands next.
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