Google has removed another feature from the desktop version of its Chrome browser.
This time it is the support for the voice activated command, “OK Google”.
The Ok Google Voice Search was introduced back in May 2014, about 10 Chrome versions earlier (i.e. Chrome 35), and lasted for barely 20 months.
Android smartphone (and tablet) users will be very familiar with the phrase, which is often referred to as the OK Google hotword. It is similar to Microsoft’s Cortana and Apple’s Siri, and allows the users to search for content online.
This also happens to be the second desktop feature to be removed from Google Chrome within just a few [...]