Google Removing ‘OK Google’ Voice Search From Chromebooks

Google removing ‘OK Google’ voice search from Chromebooks

By DSIM Team / 03/08/2017

As indicated by a report from Chrome Unboxed, Google is supposedly killing its ‘OK Google’ voice search command from Chromebooks.

Earlier, Chromebook users have possessed the capacity to say “OK, Google” to prompt a verbal Google search and now, Google has decided to nix it because of lack of use.

It’s expected that this change is being made to make a way for Google Assistant on Chromebooks with the upcoming ‘Eve’ model.

“While we’ve been reporting on the upcoming appearance of the Google Assistant on the upcoming Chromebook ‘Eve’, we’ve been waiting for signs of a full-blown takeover by Google Assistant to come along.”

However, the stage has been set for Google Assistant’s arrival and users should be ready to welcome it.

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