Google improved search service support advanced voice command “and” results “





Google announced on improving its search service added support for advanced voice recognition techniques in “Google now support voice commands as well as improve search results by adding the results of the user’s personal information obtained from Google services subscribed.

Google indicated through her blog that it will collect information about the user of the e-mail service Gmail and Google social networking plus “and” Google calendar service qalander “to improve its search results and displayed in accordance with the directions of the profile, in a feature called” results “.

The US company said that the user will be able to give orders advanced search information such as “when will my flight?!”, And then uses the search engine “Google” information from the user account to display the search results.

The user can also search for photographs, with a command such as “I want another photo of me in Thailand” to bring the search engine from Google account plus “, which will not only display the uploaded account holder the pictures.

Should the user logs on through a personal account to use those search results, where the US company confirmed that information from the user account will be subject to encryption for use by the account holder only.

The user can turn off this new feature via access to the section “results” (Private results) in the search settings for search engine “Google”, so as to prevent the company from extracting information from their personal accounts.

Google will provide search services that advanced this week on the search engine and Google search applications for smart phones and tablets with Android and iOS systems, users of the company services in America to be available to other users of Google services, and the service will be available in English only.
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