iOS does this but OS X does that: Tracking the inconsistencies between Apple’s two OSes

Gigaom

With each new release of iOS and OS X, there are always feature inconsistencies between the two platforms that leave you wondering why. Some of the differences may not appear to be major features, but when used could become a real time saver when using both systems.  The following is a rundown of some feature inconsistencies that will hopefully be resolved in the upcoming release:

Siri, Airplay and Control Center

Siri, Airplay and Control Center

Step back for Siri – Before Siri ever existed on iOS (even before iOS or OS X existed for that matter), the Accessibility options within OS X will allow your Mac to read back selected text using one of the many different voices included with OS X.  More recently Macs have been able to listen to your spoken commands. You can calibrate to your voice and create your own spoken commands.  If Siri was to replace this OS X feature…

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