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Always-On ‘OK, Google’ Voice Search Is Coming to Chromebooks


The always-on ‘OK, Google’ voice search option on Android smartphones and smartwatches is making its way to Google’s Chromebook. You can now say “OK, Google” to activate voice search or voice commands on your Chrome OS notebook when your Chromebook screen is locked or unlocked.  According to François Beaufort‘s post on Google+, the feature is only available on the Chrome Dev channel, and users need to enable a relevant flags in Chrome OS’ settings menu to access it. There’s no word on when we’ll actually see a release on the stable Chrome OS, see the source link for more info.world.



SOURCEFrançois Beaufort (G+)
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