The Samsung Galaxy S III is very much in the talk over the internet because of its top-notch features. Among those one is the S-Voice, which is the Samsung's voice assistant application that seems quite similar to the Apple’s Siri that was featured in the iPhone 4S. The official S-Voice application hasn’t released yet in Google Play Store, neither the Samsung Galaxy S III. Although you can install S-Voice on your Android devices as some Android developers able to extract the S-Voice app from the official Galaxy S III ROM that was leaked during the last week.
- First of all download the S-Voice APK to your computer from here, which is about 26.7MB in size.
- Now extract the downloaded package and locate the “Voicetalk.apk” file. This is the actual file which will allow you to install the S-Voice on your Android handset.
- Connect your mobile to PC or Mac in order to copy the “Voicetalk.apk” to your SD card.
- Once you copied the file, simply disconnect your device from the computer.
- Now locate the “Voicetalk.apk” in your SD card and tap it to install.
- At the end of the installation, you need to “Accept” the terms of service in order to use the app.
- After accepting the terms of service, a quick guide to S-Voice will appear which contains basic procedures to use the S-Voice.
- This is it, now you are all set to use the S-Voice on your android handset.