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Android-Powered Siri Killer Maluuba Talks Life After Disrupt, Plans For The Future

You may remember Maluuba as the little voice search engine that could. The company launched at Disrupt, and while they didn’t make it into the final round, they did end up expanding into new territories and form new partnerships very quickly.

We caught up some of the team at the TC Toronto meetup to check in on the Siri competitor.

If you’re unfamiliar (and thus uncool), Maluuba is an Android-based Siri competitor that focuses more on doing things than having a personal assistant, per se. The app ties in with all kinds of other third party apps, and of course, lets you set calendar appointments, reminders, and location-based alerts.

Read more at TechCrunch
 

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