Personal assistant app Siri has new rival Hey Jude (with realtime humans)

The personal assistant app helping people via their smartphones, Siri, has a new rival on the market.

Hey Jude is a new application that helps people with any information and is monitored by people in real time.

Head of operations at Hey Jude, Michelle Harley, says people can type or ask Jude anything and it will find practically anything, 24/7.

Because we have humans who are working behind the scenes, we are able to go a step further in terms of what people are looking for.

Michelle Harley, head of operations at Hey Jude

It's a free download and there is R99 a month subscription fee.

Michelle Harley, head of operations at Hey Jude
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