Utter! isn't the quiet kid in the back of class who only answers a question when asked, pointing out the answer in a textbook like Google Now, nor is it the class clown who dishes out snarky answers whenever he or she doesn't like the way a teacher asks a question, like Siri. Utter! is the student that sits in the front seat and always raises their hand first, the one that has the answer for every question, no matter how it's phrased or what it's about. Now Utter! has a number of new features set to make the other kids jealous, such as a Moto X style wake-up feature, integration with both Spotify and Google Music All Access, and oh so much more.

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If you haven't heard of Utter! before, then there is a 22 minute long video demo that you need to see. Communicating with this app sounds less like a boss beckoning orders at his partially deaf secretary who learned English as a third language and more like communicating with a submissive spouse. This app knows all your contacts, what you're reading, and what you do for fun. After the latest update, it can search the likes of Amazon, eBay, Foursquare, Twitter, and Yelp. It can find stock prices, read your horoscopes, and define words. With new integration with Spotify and All Access, it can pull up your favorite playlists, and with new "Okay Google" Moto X style wake-up functionality, it doesn't even require a button press. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.

What's new:

  • Spotify integration!
  • Google All Access integration!
  • Google Now integration
  • 'Okay Google' MotoX style wake-up!
  • Stock prices
  • Horoscopes
  • Define
  • Chat-bot
  • Search Amazon
  • Search eBay
  • Search Yelp
  • Search Twitter
  • Search Foursquare
  • New Tasker Plugin
  • Ask Yahoo
  • Where am I?
  • Answer/reject calls
  • Call confirmation
  • Wired headset support
  • Increased Bluetooth support
  • 4.3 ready!
  • Force Close on start? See here - http://goo.gl/GUvYT

Utter! does all of this while offline, which is awesome, but it comes with a sizable initial download as a result. If that doesn't bother you, and you're not afraid of running software that is still in beta, give this free app a download. The time it saves could be worth the wait.