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Google Voice Search or Search by Voice is a Google product that allows users to use Google Search by speaking on a mobile phone or computer, i.e. have the device search for data upon entering information on what to search into the device by speaking. Voice search is no longer automatically listening in Chrome on computer. Since Chrome 35 was introduced in May of last year, you have been able to start a search without clicking or typing. This new Voice Search Hotword beta Chrome Extension given by Google facilitates users to just talk through voice with the chrome browser by saying the infamous command 'Ok Google' followed by Chrome only: Got a microphone? Got a knack for talking faster than you type? Even if you don't, you might enjoy trying out Voice Search, an experimental Chrome add-on that uses your voice as text

Chrome's hands-free voice search may be gone, but you can still do voice searches in it. You can still conduct voice searches in Chrome for desktop using a simple click.

Chrome only: Got a microphone? Got a knack for talking faster than you type? Even if you don't, you might enjoy trying out Voice Search, an experimental Chrome add-on that uses your voice as text Google Voice Search can be used on both desktop and mobile searches. In some instances, users must say a "wake" phrase to tell Google to begin analyzing what the user says, which is "OK, Google." Google Voice Search Hotword is available at Chrome Web Store for free, and can be downloaded using the link below. Install Google Voice Search Hotword for Chrome.

Chrome OS has taken another leaf out of the Android book of user experience as it gains support for "always on" 'Ok Google' voice search, similar to that already available on select Android smartphones.

Voice Search is a Google Chrome extension that lets you search using your voice. It's not developed by Google, but it uses an experimental Chrome feature called form speech input. Chrome OS has taken another leaf out of the Android book of user experience as it gains support for "always on" 'Ok Google' voice search, similar to that already available on select Android smartphones. Google first launched an "OK Google" voice search Chrome extension in November 2013. The company then built the feature directly into the browser with the release of Chrome 35 in May 2014.