Google has just released a new version of Chrome for both its desktop version (Windows, Mac, and Linux) and Android. This new update loads web pages 5% faster while browsing, and includes the advanced voice search we saw during the Google I/O conference a few days ago.
Other improvements include better prediction results in the Omnibox toolbar, the arrival of a new developer API focused on offline storage for apps, and several other updated security patches. But, undoubtedly, the greatest new feature, besides being faster, is the smart voice search which you can now access from the Google’s search bar by clicking on the microphone icon situated just to the right.
Addtionally, the voice search system that Google will have from now on will type what you say, and display customized results according to your search queries, even though they would be the same if you were to type them out by hand. “Directions to <destination>” or “What time does <your favorite sports team> play?” are just some of the searches you can use to test out its results. It even comes with Google’s digital voice response, which reads the results back to you.
Alsoalong with the updated stable version of Chrome to version 27, Google announced that you can now download the beta version of Chrome 28.
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