Got yourself a Samsung Galaxy S III and not too happy with its own voice assistant S Voice? Would you rather prefer the excellent Google Now app to take over all your voice-based assistant needs on your SGSIII? You’re looking at the right place. In what follows, we will show you how to install Google Now on your rooted Galaxy S III running Ice Cream Sandwich and completely replace S Voice with it, for a fully integrated Jelly Bean-like voice search and assistant experience. While Android has had pretty good voice control built-in since late 2010 from Android 2.2 Froyo onward, it wasn’t till Apple released Siri with the release of iOS 5 and iPhone 4S, that voice control of smartphone became virally popular. Since then, we have seen various Siri clones appearing for Android. We even brought you our roundup of several of those. With the Galaxy S III, Samsung decided to ship its own voice assistant S Voice, which was very well received as a decent and viable Siri alternative.