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Sound separation in voice recognition. We have the ability to understand other people talking over noise, and Google will eventually be able to as well. However, right now if you try a voice action on Android you have to make sure everything around you is relatively quiet.

The last time we tried to contact Google as we had a problem, it took three (!!) month (!!) before we got an answer. Three month. This is completely ridiculous – you provide services for million of people but you are not able to handle them (or don’t care about them).

Taking Matt’s request (personal budgeting software) a step further, my 2nd suggestion would be an alternative for small businesses to Quickbooks Online. They are RIPE for disruption – almost Google’s antithesis in terms of innovation, intuitiveness, stability, and efficiency.
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