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You can now correct your voice commands on Google Now

Google Now Voice Search Correction

A new under the hood update to Google Search allows users to make a correction of their voice commands whenever they’ve made a mistake. This is a pretty handy feature to have if you use the voice search feature regularly. All you have do to make a correction is say – “no I said…” and retry with your original message to see if it’s able to understand the second time.

This update is seemingly rolling out to all users of Google Now, although it might take time to reach all devices globally. But it’s good to know that such a feature has been worked on, which will make lives a lot easier for users.

Interestingly, this feature is also accessible on the iOS version of Google Now which has its own voice search based function. So Google isn’t reserving this feature just for Android users. Have you tried out this feature yourself? Let us know in the comments below.

Via: 9to5Google

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