Google has been working on its voice recognition technology ever since the days when you had to call a phone number with a Silicon Valley area code to dictate your query. As you can imagine, things have come a long way in the decade or so that has passed, to the point where we talk to our phones as if they were a person nowadays.

Google Voice Search—colloquially referred to as “Google Now”—can already be used to toggle system settings on Android, but a beta app from the Mountain View search giant has taken this concept to the next level. Users can simply install this app, then control every… more

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