Today’s tech news: Google.com Voice Support Available on Android

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Google has added the voice feature to the Web form of Google.com on Android. It will enable clients to seek on Google.com utilizing their voice.

The voice seek support in Google.com mobile version is at present constrained to Chrome and Edge browsers on Android. It is apparently not showing up on different programs like Firefox, Opera, and the sky is the limit from there.

Users can access voice search by tapping the grey mic icon now present in the Google search bar. The icon appears both on Google.com homepage as well the search results page. Tapping the mic icon opens a full-screen interface that says Speak Now. It changed to Listening once it detects audio input. The page likewise demonstrates live translation like Google’s other voice-related usage.

As of now offers various approach to play out a voice seek on Android, including through its own Android application and Assistant. In any case, this is another road for the Android clients to abstain from composing and simply scan for what they require.

The company still doesn’t give the voice support search on iOS, the users can utilize the official application, Assistant application, or even the voice assistant input in the device.

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