As part of the Google IO developer conference, Google is rolling out a new version of their Google Search app, and it brings some new features to your Android device.
The new version of the Google Search app is 3.5.14, the new version of the app bring voice commands to the Android Lock screen on your smartphone or tablet, have a look at the video below from Droid Life.
You previously had to be on the home screen of your Android device to use the OK Google feature, but you can now choose to enable the feature from your lock screen.
On top of that there is also a new Audio History feature, this is designed to create a history of your voice searches, and these are used to make further searches more accurate. It is also designed to improve overall speech recognition across a range of Google services.
The new Google Search for Android also lets you control your privacy level for Audi History, and you can choose to opt out of this feature if you want.
You can download the latest version of the Google Search app from the Google Play Store at the link below.
Video & Image Credit Droid Life
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