Google Voice Search Gets Personalized Recognition Feature
By on December 15th, 2010

Voice_Search_PersonalizedGoogle launched its Voice Search service more than two years ago. Since then, the big G has added many features to its service and has improved it as well. Today, the company has added another new feature to Google Voice Search application Personalized Recognition.

If users will enable Personalized Recognition, then Google will collect your recordings and will automatically use them to build a speech model specifically for the user. However, as of now the feature is available only in the United States for English language only. Google intends to add support for more countries and languages in the near future.

The new feature is available only for Android handsets running Android 2.2 or higher. The new updated Voice Search application also contains some bug fixes and improvements to voice recognition and speed over 3G and EDGE.

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