Right now, however, there 288 ratings on the Android Market. 168 of them are one-star. Overall, it rates a 2.1, which is going to be hard to recover from.
According to the developers, Cluzee uses a natural language interface, and you should be able to say things like "How does my day look like today?" Yes, that sounds like something you would say to Siri.
You should be able to do something like say "Call Taxi," and Cluzee should be able to know your location via GPS and order a cab for you.
It has a lot of promise, but for now, it just doesn't work. Check out Troton's demo video below, then check out ExtremeTech's real-life video below THAT, and see the differences.
Personally, we don't believe anyone can build such an app without it being an integral part of the Android platform, and without cloud aspects that can only be provided by a company as big as Apple --- or Google. Perhaps Troton hopes to improve
We'd be remiss if we missed this opportunity: with so many bugs, Cluzee is really ... Clueless.