Personal Voice Recognition is Added to Google Voice Search

Google updated Voice Search (Android) with some pretty handy features that you are sure to like.

More updates to report and this time it is about Google and their already existing Voice search App. It is for the Android platform and in order to enjoy the new features you are going to need Android 2.2 or 2.3. What the new application does is that it learns your speech patterns, accent, and speech style. What Google does is that it analyzes the Voice Search recordings for each user and, over time, tweak how it responds to that person.


You are going to need to opt to the personalized recognition and they even associate the recordings of the words that you ask us to recognize with your Google account. The what Google does is that they automatically use these words to build a speech model specifically for you. All of this ends in you receiving greater recognition accuracy. When you first use Voice Search you are going to be presented with a dialog to turn on personalized recognition. Something to keep in min so it doesn’t catch you by surprise.

For the time being it is only for the U.S by hopefully we will be hearing something about it going worldwide.



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