(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Google’s voice search feature, OK Google, is now available in the latest Chrome web browser, announced the tech giant via Google + blog on Wednesday.
In order to use the hands free feature, users must go to Google.com and click “Enable ‘OK Google” by clicking on the microphone icon, PC Mag reports.
Once the feature is turned on, users can give commands to their computers such as setting a reminder, searching for your favorite restaurant, or even schedule an alarm.
Google announced voice search at its I/O conference last year, followed by a beta in February.
OK Google is now available to stable Chrome users on Windows, Max, Linux, and Chrome OS.