For those of you who wished that the voice input from Google Translate was available in Google’s regular search as well, you’re in luck. Some folks have decided to come up with their own front page for the Google search engine called Google Multilingual Voice Search.
All users have to do is select the language that they want to speak in, click on the microphone icon, speak aloud what they’re looking for and hit search. And just like that, the results will start appearing in the language which you used to search with in the first place. Currently there are 42 languages supported including Chinese, English, French, German, Korean, Zulu and many more. Head over to the Google Multilingual Voice Search website to try it out, and let us know what you think. I’ve used it a few times and it works pretty well, not to mention it’s fast too.
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