Search by speaking.
What is Voice Search?
'Voice Search' is a Chrome extension that uses speech recognition for web searches and dictation. Simplify your online tasks like essay writing, commenting, and web searching. It works on websites like Google, Wikipedia, YouTube, and more. Add your custom search engines. A microphone is required.
Voice Search uses the power of speech recognition to search the web! Instead of typing use voice input to quickly and easily search for the things you care about.
Dictate your essays on Google Docs in record time and comment on social media with ease -- using just your voice!
Search by speaking: just click on the microphone and say "kittens" to search for kittens. If you specifically want pictures of kittens, say "google images kittens". Want to learn more about World War II? Say "wikipedia world war two".
Voice Search comes pre-loaded with the following default services: Google, Wikipedia, YouTube, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo and Wolfram|Alpha. You can also add your own user-defined search engines.
Please remember: this extension requires a microphone!
- Voice input to Google, DuckDuckGo, Wikipedia, Google Maps, YouTube just to name a few!
- Dictation for writing essays and comments on many websites
- Speech recognition and voice commands let you quickly search with just one click.
User reviews summary
- User found it good
- User appreciated language addition feature
- Users giving five stars
- Extension not working
- Found as spam
- Doesn't work in certain languages
- Requests for app download and rating
- Doesn't work in third-party browsers
- Doesn't work
- Considered as spam
- Requests for language addition
- Prompts for mobile app download
Voice Search may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.
Voice Search has earned a good reputation and can be trusted.
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