Google Voice Search – Speak Queries To Search Instead Of Typing Them

by mohit on November 22, 2009

With the help of Google Voice Search you can make a telephone call to Google with a search query and get the results on a web page. In other words, You can now search Google using simple voice commands.




Symbian s60 5th edition(also available on Android, BlackBerry, iPhone).


The new update of Google Mobile App to v2.03(8), brings voice searching – it works rather impressively. Just bring up the S60 3rd Edition utility by pressing ‘C’ on the homescreen and then press and hold the green call key to speak your search string. Once a search match is found, you’re shown any results, optionally sorted by distance from your current location, in the usual way. This app is location aware so you don’t have to mention the name of your city or locality when making location specific queries. The demonstration is shown in the following video :

google voice search


  • Comprehensive Google results: Get Universal Search on your phone including web, image, local, video, blog, news, books, and maps results to find what you’re looking for.
  • Relevance and speed: find common search answers right away without clicking any links.
  • Results formatted for your phone: See a mobile-optimized blend of universal search results, easy-to-press tap-to-call links, expandable map links, and more.
  • Wide availability: Access Google in 38 languages on any phone with internet access.
  • Easy access. Make Google your home page in your mobile browser to search even faster.
  • Quick access to Google. Launch Google without having to navigate to
  • Search by voice.* Speak your queries instead of typing them.
  • My Location. Avoid typing your current location when searching for nearby businesses (e.g. “pizza” or “starbucks”).
  • Google Suggest. Search for suggested queries and businesses that appear as you type.
  • Search history. Quickly search again for queries you recently performed.

FOR DOWNLOADING, click download google mobile search free for Symbian OS

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