Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Voice Search from Google

Searching on Google no longer needs to type in keywords, just say it.

Tuesday (14 / 6) in San Francisco, Google announced the application of speech recognition Voice Search for Google Chrome browser. With Voice Search, browsing is not any longer need to type in keywords.

Application works with sound sensor, so the key word is pronounced enough alone, and the Chrome browser will display the search results.

Speech recognition technology has been widely used before Google Android device owners, because they feel typing a keyword in the phone keyboard is complicate.

Voice Search will soon appear, but not in the near future. If this application is already running, try to check In the corner there is a search box microphone icon image. You click on the picture that microphone and say a keyword search, then the browser will work.

So to be able to use this application, the computer absolutely need a microphone device.
See the demo here:

For more detail, visit here.