Introducing Google Voice Search

Now you can talk instead of type to search on google.com

Google Voice Search

Google Feature – Google Voice Search

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Now it is easy to search out loud. You can talk instead of type to search on google.com. All you need is Google Chrome and a built-in or attached microphone. Google has added speech recognition into search on desktop for Chrome users.

To get started:

  1. Download and install Google Chrome
  2. Open Chrome and go to google.com
  3. Just click the mic in the search bar and start talking

Voice Search is Useful for

Hard-to-spell searches
Makes searching words you’re not sure how to spell quicker and easier.

Longer searches
Search long queries, even really, really long queries, just by talking.

Searches that are just more fun to search out loud
Now you can ask your computer anything.

Searching without typing
Use it in the kitchen, in the garage or anytime your hands might be full.

Google announced the addition of speech recognition into search on desktop for Chrome users on their offical blog on June 14, 2011.

Knocking down barriers to knowledge
We first offered speech recognition on mobile search, but you should have that power no matter where you are… So we’ve added speech recognition into search on desktop for Chrome users. If you’re using Chrome, you’ll start to see a little microphone in every Google search box. Simply click the microphone, and you can speak your search. This can be particularly useful for hard-to-spell searches like or complex searches. Voice Search on desktop is rolling out now on google.com in English, but in the meantime you can check it out in our video:
Official Google Blog

Introducing Voice Search for your computer

Uploaded by Google on Jun 13, 2011

Now you can talk instead of type to search on google.com. All you need is Google Chrome 11 or higher and a built-in or attached mic.

Learn more at: Voice Search

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