By now we have all seen and heard about how you can talk to an iPhone and learn where the nearest liquor, smoke shop, or even the closest fast food joint or whatever it is you may need to find. There has even was an entire episode of "The Big Bang Theory" where one of the guys developed a crush on her and started having dreams about meeting the "person" behind the voice. Well, now Google and Android are beginning to scratch the surface of that idea and have introduced Android Dolphin Sonar.

Dolphin Sonar is currently just a voice activated web-browser application which enables Android users to speak rather than type to initiate a search.

I have just downloaded the app and so far it works great. It comes in really handy when you are on the go and need to look for something like a phone number or an address...helps to eliminate the texting (or typing) and driving issue to a degree (for those of you that do that).

I am by no means a "techie" type, but Sonar is super easy to use and so far has been right on with voice recognition and helping me find stuff.

Plus it's a free app and I am all about the free apps!