Nevertheless, for a company whose entire business model lies in tracking all your data to serve ads, it is no surprise that Google tracks all of your voice searches too. The Mountain view-based company has all the recordings stored on its servers.
Although the company doesn't share the information with anyone, this fact is enough to make anyone feel uncomfortable.
However, this data is not visible to anyone other than you and Google. But, Google also lets you delete the data with these following steps.
Step 1. Check All Your Voice Activites
First and foremost, you have to reach out to all your Google Voice searches by signing in to your My Activity, which comes under My Account tab with your Google id and password.
Step 2. Get Your Voice Commands
You'll be now presented with a list view containing all of your voice commands.
Step 3. Listen To Your Voice Commands
To listen to your audios that Google Voice Search has recorded, click on the play button next to specific query.
Step 4. Delete A Selected Command
If you want to delete a specific audio, click on the three dots 'Menu' button. And select Delete.
Step 5. Delete By Date
To delete voice commands by day or specific dates, click on the three dots located on top right section of the page, click on Delete Activity By, Choose either the dates or Click on Today and finally select Delete.
Step 6. Delete All the Voice Commands At Once
In order to delete all the audios, repeat the same process, but instead of choosing any date, click on 'All Time' on the menu and hit delete.
Step 7. Stop Google From Saving Recording Your Voice
Head to the Google My Activity Controls page> Scroll down to Voice & Audio Activity>Click the 'Off' the switch next to Voice & Audio Activity. Voila! You are done!