Use context, such as the user's location or previous queries, to support natural interactions.
For example, users can say “show me hotels around me,” “how about in san francisco,” “nothing more than $200 per night.”
Ask multiple questions and filter results all at once.
For example, users can say “show me hotels in san francisco for tomorrow that are less than $300 but not less than $200, are pet friendly, have a gym and a pool, with 3 or 4 stars, staying for 2 nights, and don't include anything that doesn't have wifi.”
SoundHound, one of the world’s most loved music apps with over 300MM downloads, is now using Houndify to enable the most advanced voice interface experience for music search, discovery and play, all hands-free, with “OK Hound.”
Music fans can now open the SoundHound app and, instead of tapping or swiping, interact by using their voices to initiate music searches, play music and videos from YouTube, access deep music knowledge, launch a Pandora station, and even add a song to their Spotify playlist.
Hound lets users speak naturally and follow up for more information, providing the fastest way to interface with mobile. Ask for things such as looking up the weather, placing a phone call, sending a text message, finding a hotel that matches your detailed criteria, navigating to an address, checking the stock market, searching and playing music, and even playing interactive games.
Built leveraging the Houndify platform, it benefits from the constant additions of new partners and real-time data from partners like Uber and Expedia.
The DRIVE CX platform enables advanced navigation and infotainment, high-resolution digital instrument clusters, natural speech processing, and image processing for driver assistance. This is the ideal platform for integrating the unprecedented voice technology that Houndify can provide, enabling the vehicle to respond intelligently to human voice commands.