Google Chrome Beta Now With Hands Free Voice Search

Feb 28, 2014 • 8:32 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine
 

okay google chromeGoogle Chrome announced that the beta version of the Chrome browser now supports completely hands free searching.

Just open a new tab and say "okay Google" and then speak your query.

This is being rolled out to English (U.S.) users on Windows, Mac and Linux over the next few days, according to Google.

Here is an animated GIF of how it works:

Google Chrome Beta Now With Hands Free Voice Search

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Comments:

Alexander Hemedinger

02/28/2014 04:46 pm

Now you can be hands free for adult material. :)

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02/28/2014 05:26 pm

I just realized, that they also hacked my OS. Now my System tray shows icon "Chrome - Notifications". Pay attention - it shows not in browser, but in System tray of OS. Sure I wasn't asked, if I wanted to see it there. Google just hacked it into MY OS and that's it. There is option to switch it off - "Do not disturb", but there is no clearly visible option to remove it from System tray. So I have to waste time, searching for this option. But probably it's easier to just switch back to Firefox. Thank you Google for the voice search option and bibi )

Mangesh Singh

03/01/2014 05:25 am

nice...

Jitendra Vaswani

03/03/2014 05:15 am

Great feature again

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