Today Google rolled out a version 11 stable release of its Chrome browser and it looks as though the new Google Chrome logo is here to stay. One of the main new features to Google Chrome 11 which we saw in the beta is the ability to convert your speech to text and Google has released an API for developers to give web apps the ability to us this new feature to transcribe your voice to text.
On web page that uses this new feature, you simply click on an icon and then speak into your computer’s microphone. The input records as text, and the browser automatically inserts the text into the available form field.
Other updates within Chrome 11 include the introduction of hardware accelerated 3D CSS, cloud print bug fixes, a security update to the the built-in version of Adobe Flash within Chrome and user agent string changes introduced to bring Chrome in line with user agent changes made in Firefox 4. Together with 25 other security changes and updates.