Hound is SoundHound’s new voice assistant to compete with the likes of Google Now, Siri, and Cortana. It, like the others, can launch apps, run search queries, identify songs, and more, but one thing that’s caught wide attention for this service is its ability to process complex, multi-part queries in a manner similar to Wolfram Alpha. Questions like “What is the population and capital for Japan and China?” work without a hitch, and very quickly at that.

But rarely will most people ask a voice assistant such complicated questions. Instead, most people use these services for quick searches and scheduling, so we wanted to know: how does Hound stack up against its competitors when processing these everyday requests?

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