How to Use Google Assistant Voice Search in Chrome for Android

If you are an old user of android then you might know about google assistant, if you don’t let me explain to you. Google assistant is one of the most popular voice assistant feature that most of the user use it in their daily life routine. Google keeps hard-working to improve its performance. They keep adding a new feature at regular intervals.

In their previous update, they add their enhanced voice typing gesture in Gboard. Now they are testing their new update in chrome browser. Now you can use google assistant voice searches in the chrome android browser.

The interface of google assistant with google comes browser with broader cross-app functionality. As we know google assistant’s accuracy is better than the other is it because it recognizes multiple languages by default, now it also supports Chrome android browser with its new google assistant design, which is snazzy glowing light rather than small windows search which pop from the bottom of the screen.

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Steps to Enable Google Assistant Voice Search in Chrome for Android

So here in this article, I am going to share how you can enable google assistant voice search in Chrome for android in detail

Step1. First of all, make sure that you install the latest version of Chrome, open your google play store, and update your Chrome web browser.

Step 2. After that, open the Chrome web browser and then type in the address bar ‘Chrome://flags’

Type "Chrome://flags" In Google Chrome Address Bar
Type “Chrome://flags” In Google Chrome Address Bar

Step 3. On the search box area, type in ‘Omnibox Assistant Voice Search’

Type In Experiments Search "Omnibox Assistant voice Search"
Type In Experiments Search “Omnibox Assistant voice Search”

Step 4. Now you will see the ‘Omnibox Assistant Voice Search’ option by default it will be set to default settings, so tap on it a drop-down menu appears, select the ‘Enabled (Colorful mic)’ option.

Enabled Omnibox Assistant Voice Search In Chrome Experiment Area
Enabled Omnibox Assistant Voice Search In Chrome Experiment Area

Step 5. When you enabled it, tap on the ‘Relaunch’ button to restart the browser.

Tap on the Relaunch Button To Save Changes
Tap on the Relaunch Button To Save Changes

Step 6. When Chrome restart, open a new tab page, and you will see a mic option on the address bar. Tap on the mic you will see a layout of the google assistant voice search. And the speech which you want to search.

That’s all that how you can enable the google assistant voice search on google chrome for android. if you face any difficulty then feel free to comment with us below and also share it with your friends.

This feature is behind an experimental flag. It is because this feature is right now unstable. When it will be completely stable they will enable it by default.

You can also watch this video for this detail

Abdul Moeez

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