Top 10 Intelligent Apps In 2020

10 - Youper


Youper isAn AI-powered emotional health assistant app, Youper is available both on Android and iOS. This app can help users take control of their emotional health as they can have quick conversations with it. Youper can guide users through personalized meditations.

Quick conversations with Youper can help you let go of stress, anxiety, and depression; clearing your mind to feel more motivated, confident, and happier.

Users can understand themselves better and track their mood with the help of Youper. Youper uses AI to personalize various techniques. The app enjoys excellent reviews on app stores, furthermore, experts rate it highly, as you can read in The best 15 mental health apps.

9 - Hound


Hound is an AI-powered voice assistant app, and it’s available both on Android and iOS. You can search for information using your natural voice, and then you can follow-up to refine the results. Hound can be used hands-free.

The app uses its proprietary Speech-to-Meaning and Deep Meaning Understanding technologies.

It can give you accurate results quickly, and it can make a phone call or send a text message for you. You can get news, weather information, find a hotel nearby, navigate to an address, call an Uber, check flight status, and more.

8 - DataBot


DataBot is an AI-powered virtual assistant, and it’s available on Windows 10, Android, and iOS. It’s also available on Xbox One, iPad, iPod, Android tablets, and Windows phones.

This app answers your questions in its voice, and it addresses the topics that matter to you. DataBot has services integrated within it that provide you with images, information, and multimedia presentations based on the topic of your interest. It uses Google searches, Wikipedia, RSS channels, etc. to provide you with information.

You can customize DataBot according to your preference of language, voice, etc. DataBot can speak and understand English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese. Using DataBot, you can share information using SMS, email, and social media.

Use your personal assistant while you travel, work, study, play, or relax. it will search for you what you wish to know or listen, in a few seconds.


– Quickly identifies the subjects required.

– Creates customized multimedia presentations using voice, text, and images.

– Answers to specific questions.

– Creates summarizing pages containing: your answer, related details, materials, search services, links.

– Allows you to easily share answers using SMS, Email, and social networks.

– Enhances his abilities using free upgrades or purchases.

– Your assistant is cross-platform: use the same assistant on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop.

– Customize your personal assistant according to your preferences: language, voice, name, behavior.

– The virtual assistant gains experience while using it. The experience is an alternative method to obtain upgrades available in the store or exclusive rewards for your assistant.

– It speaks your language – DataBot Assistant is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese.

– It’s able to chat with humans. At each chat session, it learns new words.


With the free modules, you can ask your virtual assistant without limits, questions and get answers about famous people, fictional characters, random topics, funny insults, daily horoscope, shopping list, reminders, appointments, alarm clocks, flashlight, brain train, stopwatch, countdown, love quotes, friendship quotes, motivational quotes, birthday quotes and take advantage of a limited set of jokes and riddles. You can also chat with your assistant.


– DICTIONARY Module: provides you etymology, meaning, synonyms, and antonyms of required words looking in the dictionary.

– HOROSCOPE: tells you daily horoscope.

– SECRETARY MODULE: shopping list, reminders, appointments, alarm clocks.

– THEMATIC Module: it creates presentations, quickly identifies, does a web search and answers to specific questions or requests about FAMOUS PEOPLE, FICTIONAL CHARACTERS, MOVIES AND TV SERIES CITY, NATIONS, FOOTBALL CLUB, AND NATIONAL FOOTBALL, FAMOUS BOOKS.

– JOKE Module: tells funny jokes, questions, jokes men vs. women, jokes Chuck Norris and funny insults to use with friends.

– NEWS Module: read the latest news on topics of your interest: the world economy, cinema, sport and much more. RSS reader is completely configurable.

– BRAIN TRAIN Module: train your mind every day with math exercises, sight, and memory.

– SOUNDS Module: plays sounds from a list where you can choose: humans sounds, animal sounds, weapons sounds, impacts sounds.

– RIDDLE Module: entertains you with riddles, math riddles, logic riddles with suggestions and solutions.

– QUOTE Module: searches quotes about the subject required or random quotes and offer love quotes, friendship quotes, motivational quotes, birthday quotes.

– BASE Module: provides you information, helps, tutorial, speech dialogue, random topic, presentations and identifications, flashlight, countdown, stopwatch, chat with your assistant.

7 - Fyle


Fyle is an AI-powered expense management app, and it’s available on desktop, Android, and iOS. It’s a key player in the intelligent expense management space. With Fyle, you can also keep track of your mileage expenses. Fyle mileage is powered by Google Places, you can just enter the name of the place you are traveling to and let Fyle handle the rest.

Businesses like Royal Enfield, Communicorp, etc. use Fyle, and the app offers valuable features:

– One-click experience to create an expense on the go
– Automatically extract data from all kinds of paper receipts across currencies
– Track mileage using google places with support for round trips
– The most user-friendly app for employees and administrators
-Powerful policy engine to help identify duplicate expenses and out of policy expenses.
– Import and sync personal and corporate credit cards
-Support for Per Diems and Petty cash
– Support for requesting advances via the mobile app
– Approve reports from the mobile app.
– Global currency support
– Accounting integrations
– One of its kind Gmail integration
– One of its kind Office 365 integration
-Accounting integrations with QuickBooks, Sage Intacct, Oracle NetSuite, etc.

6 - Socratic


Socratic is an AI-powered app to help students with math and other homework, and Google has recently disclosed that it has acquired this app. Students can take pictures using their phone camera, subsequently, Socratic uses its AI capabilities to provide visual explanations for the concepts that students need to learn.

Socratic uses text and speech recognition, and it can support learning science, math, literature, social studies, etc. This app is available on Android and iOS, and it’s compatible with the iPad.

The statistics from Google Play shows over 5 million downloads at the time of writing. The Socratic iOS app enjoys high popularity too, as the high rating in the Apple App Store indicates.

5 - ELSA Speak


ELSA (English Language Speech Assistant) is an English pronunciation app that helps you speak English confidently and clearly.
Over 7 MILLION people have used ELSA’s award-winning, artificially intelligent speech-recognition technology to learn English pronunciation.

ELSA can help you:

– Study English for your IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC exams, and even for your ESL classes.

– Learn essential English conversations and phrases before your travel trip.

– Practice English related to your field to advance your career.

– Students and working professionals from over 130+ countries use ELSA to learn English fast.

This app uses speech recognition technology, and its website claims that there have been over 4.4 million downloads of its app. ELSA Speak also claims to have over 3.6 million users in 101 countries.

There is a trial period of 7 days, subsequently, the user will need to buy ELSA Pro. ELSA Speak is available on Android and iOS.

4 - Alexa


Amazon Alexa, also known simply as Alexa, is a virtual assistant AI technology developed by Amazon, first used in the Amazon Echo smart speakers developed by Amazon Lab126. It is capable of voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, playing audiobooks, and providing weather, traffic, sports, and other real-time information, such as news.

Alexa can also control several smart devices using itself as a home automation system. Users are able to extend the Alexa capabilities by installing “skills” (additional functionality developed by third-party vendors, in other settings more commonly called apps such as weather programs and audio features).

Most devices with Alexa allow users to activate the device using a wake-word (such as Alexa or Amazon); other devices (such as the Amazon mobile app on iOS or Android and Amazon Dash Wand) require the user to push a button to activate Alexa’s listening mode, although, some phones also allow a user to say a command, such as “Alexa” or “Alexa wake”. Currently, interaction and communication with Alexa are available only in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and Hindi. In Canada, Alexa is available in English and French (with the Quebec accent).

In September 2019, Amazon launched many new devices achieving many records while competing with the world’s smart home industry. The new Echo Studio became the first smart speaker with 360 sound and Dolby sound. Other new devices included an Echo dot with a clock behind the fabric, a new third-generation Amazon Echo, Echo Show 8, a plug-in Echo device, Echo Flex, Alexa built-in wireless earphones, Echo buds, Alexa built-in spectacles, Echo frames, and Alexa built-in Ring, and Echo Loop.

3 - Google Assistant

Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home devices. Unlike the company’s previous virtual assistant, Google Now, the Google Assistant can engage in two-way conversations.

Assistant initially debuted in May 2016 as part of Google’s messaging app Allo, and its voice-activated speaker Google Home. After a period of exclusivity on the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, it began to be deployed on other Android devices in February 2017, including third-party smartphones and Android Wear (now Wear OS) and was released as a standalone app on the iOS operating system in May 2017. Alongside the announcement of a software development kit in April 2017, the Assistant has been further extended to support a large variety of devices, including cars and third-party smart home appliances. The functionality of the Assistant can also be enhanced by third-party developers.

Users primarily interact with the Google Assistant through natural voice, though keyboard input is also supported. In the same nature and manner as Google Now, the Assistant is able to search the Internet, schedule events and alarms, adjust hardware settings on the user’s device, and show information from the user’s Google account. Google has also announced that the Assistant will be able to identify objects and gather visual information through the device’s camera, and support purchasing products and sending money, as well as identifying songs.

At CES 2018, the first Assistant-powered smart displays (smart speakers with video screens) were announced, with the first one being released in July 2018. In 2020, Google Assistant is already available on more than 1 billion devices. Google Assistant is available in more than 90 countries and in over 30 languages and is used by more than 500 million users monthly.

2 - Cortana


Cortana is a virtual assistant developed by Microsoft, which uses the Bing search engine to perform tasks such as setting reminders and answering questions for the user.

Cortana is currently available in English, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese language editions, depending on the software platform and region in which it is used.

Microsoft began reducing the prevalence of Cortana and converting it from an assistant into different software integrations in 2019. It was split from Windows 10’s search bar in April 2019 and was removed from iOS and Android in certain markets on January 31st the following year.

1 - Siri


Siri is a virtual assistant that is part of Apple Inc.’s iOS, iPad, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS operating systems. The assistant uses voice queries and a natural-language user interface to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform actions by delegating requests to a set of Internet services. The software adapts to users’ individual language usages, searches, and preferences, with continuing use. Returned results are individualized.

Siri is a spin-off from a project originally developed by the SRI International Artificial Intelligence Center. Its speech recognition engine was provided by Nuance Communications, and Siri uses advanced machine learning technologies to function. Its original American, British, and Australian voice actors recorded their respective voices around 2005, unaware of the recordings’ eventual usage in Siri. The voice assistant was released as an app for iOS in February 2010, and it was acquired by Apple two months later. Siri was then integrated into iPhone 4S at its release in October 2011. At that time, the separate app was also removed from the iOS App Store. Siri has since become an integral part of Apple’s products, having been adapted into other hardware devices over the years, including newer iPhone models, as well as iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, AirPods, Apple TV, and HomePod.

Siri supports a wide range of user commands, including performing phone actions, checking basic information, scheduling events and reminders, handling device settings, searching the Internet, navigating areas, finding information on entertainment, and is able to engage with iOS-integrated apps. With the release of iOS 10 in 2016, Apple opened up limited third-party access to Siri, including third-party messaging apps, as well as payments, ride-sharing, and Internet calling apps. With the release of iOS 11, Apple updated Siri’s voices for more clear, human voices, started supporting follow-up questions and language translation, and additional third-party actions.

Siri’s original release on iPhone 4S in 2011 received mixed reviews. It received praise for its voice recognition and contextual knowledge of user information, including calendar appointments, but was criticized for requiring stiff user commands and having a lack of flexibility. It was also criticized for lacking information on certain nearby places, and for its inability to understand certain English accents. In 2016 and 2017, a number of media reports said that Siri lacked innovation, particularly against new competing voice assistants.

The reports concerned Siri’s limited set of features, “bad” voice recognition, and undeveloped service integrations as causing trouble for Apple in the field of artificial intelligence and cloud-based services; the basis for the complaints reportedly due to stifled development, as caused by Apple’s prioritization of user privacy and executive power struggles within the company.

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