Best Google Bug Ever Adds ‘Praise The iPad’ To Text-To-Speech Commands (VIDEO)

In a hilarious quirk that may have gone almost undetected for months, Google’s text-to-speech engine often ends sentences with the peculiar phrase “he now praises the iPad.”According to TechCrunch, the bug appears in Google Now as well as in Google Translate, and easy to replicate as long as you ask the services the right question. Ending a sentence using “end with,” “enraged with” or “filled with” consistently does the trick, the site wrote.For example, go to Google Translate and write, “A giraffe walks at an end with.” Google will in turn translate, “A giraffe walks at an end, he now praises the iPad.”Read More…
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Best Google Bug Ever Adds ‘Praise The iPad’ To Text-To-Speech Commands (VIDEO)


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