Biggs writes, “Whether you believe these apps should exist on the Android Market or not, its clear that there are enough new users out there who will fall for some of the oldest software tricks in the book. A word of advice: if it’s called ‘Siri’ and it runs on Android, it’s probably not real.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: How smart can you be if you’ve settled for a pretend iPhone in the first place? A pretend Siri would seem to be perfectly acceptable to those with such low or no standards.
Fake Siri apps hit Android Market, highlight Google’s app problem – December 30, 2011