Google chrome voice recognition
For about a month ago, Google introduced some new features in Chrome beta channel. These included Google chrome voice recognition via the HTML that is now becoming part of the stable release.
Google chrome voice
“Fresh from the work we have done with HTML Speech Incubator Group, we have added support for HTML5 feature” Speech Input API, “said Google software engineer Satish Sampath.
“With this API, developers can provide web applications to transcribe your voice into text. It works so
that when a website using this feature, just click on an icon and then talks into the computer’s microphone. The recorded audio file is then sent to a” speech server “of transcription, after which the text is printed for you.” The company also announced that they are releasing a sneak-peak of the 3D CSS API which will make developers to implement 3D effects on web pages using CSS.
The question is to what amount of the new feature will Google chrome voice be used, but it is a cool feature. Maybe a new marketing method?