The Ultimate Voice Assistant Battle.

Published 2022-09-22
Google Assistant vs Apple Siri vs Samsung Bixby vs Amazon Alexa - Who's the best Voice Assistant!? For RHINOSHIELD Use code “MR14” for 20% off in the first week (10% afterwards)
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All Comments (21)
  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Were you surprised by how any of them did? This video was an absolute DEMON to film and edit, but I hope you liked it 😅
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  • MrUnknown
    The fact that Bixby almost tied to siri and managed to beat Alexa with a margin of 10 points shows how much it has improved. Good job Samsung.
  • Eliezer Kurnia
    The biggest downfall for Alexa is that it's a third party voice assistant. I think that's the reason why Alexa failed so miserably in device control because as a third party app, certain access/function is limited. If you think about it, google assistant, siri, and bixby are part of the system by default and therefore integrated better with the OS.
  • Ze_Techno
    the fact that he speaks spanish and then says "you can probably blame my french for that"
  • Graeme Criddle
    Not all of this works for me (also in the UK). Google Assistant hears me correctly (I see it transcribe the text correctly) but just replies with "Sorry I don't understand" when asked to search eBay for Nintendo GameCube. If I tell it to open the eBay app it can but that is it. I don't use the assistant for these reasons, it is immensely frustrating.
  • thaddeus kuah
    It's not fair to Alexa - that it's unable to do a lot of the things there. Since Alexa is third-party, while Google's Assistant, Apple's Siri and Samsung's Bixby are specifically built for the OS the system is running - therefore of course they'd be integrated.
  • SAmeerkhAN
    Arun's Voice As Google Assistant would be awesome
  • Sinan Qazzaz
    Bixby should've had two additional points. I think the fact that it doesn't have a seamless connection to a wifi speaker is as good as the point you've given Siri. And if you use any smart tv, or smart speaker, it can also find it.
    The second point goes to detecting if you're home. You can set a routine where it checks your location at a certain time, then it does all the things you did.
  • xylotism
    Losing Google Assistant to Siri has been the single most painful thing about switching to iPhone from Samsung. In response I use my voice assistant WAY less now than before. I know you can use Assistant on iOS, but you have to launch it first, which defeats the entire point of having a voice-activated assistant.

    Really hoping Apple can either stop being stingy about that (as they did with third party keyboards, etc.) or at least beef up Siri.
  • For the converting money thing, Apple fixed Siri and it can do that now
  • Lightning _11
    This is super impressive. Especially the fact that he can refer to previous commands with pronouns (eg. "What is the new avenger movie called?", then "When is it coming out?") without confusing all of them is mind-blowing to me.
  • Siddharth Panda
    Great to see Bixby has come a long way from being unusable to a pretty solid contender to Siri!
  • Raj Parmar
    Bixby was fantastic at first, but I prefer Google Assistant because it's so much simpler and more adaptable. I have morning and night routines that include turning on my rgb lights, Philips bedside lights, any plugs and the fan, my PC if I've left it on.

    Also I've made a routine where I tell Google that I have work at a certain time, and it will set two alarms for me because I prefer having two alarms to wake me up :p I also have a smart switchboard, so I've set it to turn off my charging in 40 minutes because that's how long my phone takes to charge fully, and it also turns on half an hour before I wake up just in case it hasn't been fully charged. Just so I won't be charging it excessively. Really hand with this kind of customizations. It's also worked in many odd things too, which was surprising. Defo ahead of the game.
  • Drue C
    As someone with a Samsung phone, I'm really pleased at Google amd Bixby's position in this. I'm not surprised Google won. As a search engine, they have been working on voice recognition and search tools since inception. I'm not a huge fan of Bixby because it seems pointless compared to Google assistant which also come preloaded on Samsung phones. However, Bixby routines is really good! I first started using it on my phone 2 years ago and even set some up on my mom's phone.
  • You have absolutely no idea how much you've helped me, gosh!!! Phone almost got booked in.
  • Brian Kristensen
    I was pretty amazed by how complex commands they understood... the only "issue" a had, was anlong the lines of the commands used. they should be able to adapt, for sure, but there still might be other commands the indiviual assistent understand... a buddy of mine has used "end call" with bixby with no problem.
    Its just a thought..... keep up the good work, i love your content :)
  • BlockAnimart
    I may have underestimated Google Assistant (I thought it was so bad it would be in last place)
  • jaz0m
    The question is: Why no one is hiring Arun to be the assistant.