Top 5 AI apps you must try on your smartphones

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Artificial Intelligence is slowly entering into the mainstream space and is already becoming the next big thing in the technology space. Artificial intelligence is not just limited to virtual assistants like Siri or Alexa, but has been integrated with existing apps. Just by using your voice you can now ask your smartphone to compose and send text messages, read news or weather forecast for you.

We have compiled a list of the top apps that are using Artificial Intelligence :

Socratic:

This apps comes in handy when solving maths equations. Socratic can give you instant answers, just click a picture and run it through the app. 


Socratic uses computer vision to read equation from images and then runs it through a machine learning algorithm to provide results.

Google Assistant:

Google Assistant allows you to quickly access your Google’s voice-controlled smart assistant with one tap. You can access your assistant by simply holding down your home button or by simply saying “OK Google”.

Using Google Assistant you can send texts, make calls, check calendar with out even touching your phone.

Xploree AI Keyboard:

Xploree is a keyboard which uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) to enhance the typing experience. Powered by AI and NLP, the keyboard allows users to receive relevant recommendations and content while they chat, search, browse apps, etc. 

Xploree has support for 150+ languages including 28 Indic languages and next word prediction for a bunch of languages. The ability to change the keyboard theme is just cherry on top.

Recent News:

Recent news is a smart news aggregation app which is powered by AI algorithms that provides you customized news by studying your reading habits.


It also suggest relevant articles and propose topics you might like to follow. The ability to sync your account across devices and bookmarks takes it ahead of competition.

Microsoft Pix:

Its perfect for taking good pictures. It captures 10 frames with each shutter click and uses AI to pick up to three best shots and deletes the rest. 
Using Machine Learning, Pix automatically checks scene and lighting between each shutter tap and updates setting between each shot.

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