Google Search For Android Updated With Voice Command: Helps Taking Images, Capturing Video

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Voice assistant feature has been a great way to operate devices especially smartphones. Now Google has updated the Google Search app for Android with two more voice commands. The "Ok Google" might soon become potential enough to run an entire phone on voice command if the progress goes on this pace.

Google Search For Android Updated With Voice Command

Now Google has integrated the camera features in the Google Search app for Android. What this means is that now you can say "Ok Google", "Take a Picture" to actually take a picture without doing anything but uttering these syllables. Also "Take a video" command will actually work.

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This now makes the camera and Google app experience pretty easy in Android. You don't have to go to camera app to take pictures anymore but just use the voice command.

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"The first home run in T-ball, the surprise proposal, or just that gorgeous sunset... Sometimes the perfect photo passes you by as you fumble with your phone to open the camera app. Now with the Google Search App on Android, you can just tap the microphone or say 'Ok Google,' then 'take a photo' or 'take a video.' Google will launch your camera app in the preferred mode. So update your app, snap those shots and don't forget to show off your beautiful photos!," Google noted in a Google+ post.


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