Friday, April 29, 2011

Latest Google Chrome Build Now Supports Speech Input

The latest stable release of Google's Chrome browser features speech input through HTML. What this simply means is that you can now translate your voice input into other languages using Google Translate right in the browser.

So for instance, you can "if you’re translating from English, just click on the microphone on the bottom right of the input box, speak your text, and choose the language you want to translate to. In fact, you can even click on the “Listen” feature to hear the translated words spoken back to you!"


This feature is available on the Chrome stable channel across Windows, Mac and Linux. If you aren't using Chrome yet, you can grab a copy from here.

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