Google’s New Voice Search Features Now Available in Google Chrome

Google Chrome Voice Search

Last week at Google I/O, Google showcased a new way to search using your voice. Now in the latest version of Chrome, 27, you can use this feature. All you have to do is navigate to Google.com and click on the microphone icon. You will then be asked to say your search term and Google will do the rest. It will also read out what you have searched.

The new update adds the ability for Google to understand and link queries using Google’s Knowledge Graph. For example, if you ask “How old is Barack Obama?”, you can then follow that up with, “How old is he?” and Google will intelligently understand that you are asking how old Barack Obama is.

Pretty cool, will you be using it? Tell us below!

(Via: The VergeImage: iMore)

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