Yesterday an update for Google Chrome was rolled out, which comes with the conversational search feature that was announced at I/O 2013. The feature changes how a user would normally query Google, instead of focusing on keywords  it focuses on phrases one would normally use when asking something from a human being. Google has also announced that it will soon be updating Chrome for iPhone and iPad with voice search. Users will be able to speak out their queries and view results in the omnibox, the results may be “in some cases spoken back.”

By simply touching the microphone and saying the query out loud, searching Google for information on anything at all will definitely be a lot easier, not to mention the fact that it will considerably save a lot of time as well. The update will also ensure that web pages reload faster, Chrome for iOS will now use the cache more effectively if the network connection is slow. Google says that this update will be out soon in the iTunes App Store, it has refrained from providing an exact release date.

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