Google Voice Search For iPhone

Posted by Kallan Dahn Friday, November 14, 2008

Google has announced a new search product for iPhone users.  iPhone users will now be able to speak their search query into their handset.  The search terms will be sent to Google for processing, and in text form forwarded to the standard search process allowing results to be returned to the iPhone.  GPS data will also be attached to the search allowing Google to return search results that are more relevant to the phones current location.  Getting you Google Voice Search Application is just like any other app.  All you have to do is open your App store from the handset.  While other products like this already exist, this will be Google's first attempt into the voice search market.  They will compete side by side with their largest competitors in the PC search world.  Microsoft with their TellMe service and utilizing MSN search, and Yahoo's One Search with Voice.

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