Google continues to inject innovation in the browser Chrome. One of them is interesting, voice recognition feature that is present in these browsers.
It was said by Google, Chrome 11 is equipped with support for HTML input speech API. Google claims with this feature, developers can provide web applications that use voice feature. For example, applications like Google Translator, so that users can transcribe voice into text form.
“We are updating channel Chrome beta with several new capabilities, especially for web developers. From HTML Speech Incubator Group, we added support for HTML input speech APIs,” Google said in his blog.
This feature has actually been introduced since March 22, 2011, but Google has not officially launch it. Later, when the user wants to utilize this feature, they can just click an icon, and then talk to the computer through a microphone.
Furthermore, the recorded voice will be processed to the speech server, and then transcribed and sent back to the user in text form.