Voice Search is still in its infancy with most interactions happening in the home via a home voice app like Alexa, Google Assistant, and to a lesser extent, the Apple Homepod. But consumers are using voice search. In fact, 58.6% of US consumers are using voice search (Comscore 2019). Yet only 11.5% of Brands have an Alexa app, and only 6.5% of brands have a Google Assistant app - which is pretty low adoption for what is a fun bit of technology. S... (Date:02/13/2020 13:49) Read full article >>

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