Google Now has become one of Android's most impressive functions since its introduction with Jelly Bean. Especially because of its integration in Android Wear, we will soon be able to command almost everything using only our voice.
However voice recognition has appeared to be a little tricky, as the technology is not so close to being perfect. When you pronounce your commands to Google Now using the 'Ok Google' line, you must speak clearly, or else it will probably understand something else.
Google has found a temporary solution for misspelled words in Google Now. The new Google Search uses the command 'No, I said' to correct misunderstood words. So basically, if you say 'OK Google, what is baroque?' and the system writes 'broke' instead, you can just say 'No, I said baroque' and it will correct the word.
This might not be the breakthrough voice recognition discovery that we're all waiting for, but it can prove to be very useful. Especially when you ask Google a long sentence and you only want to correct one word.
Let us know if you try the new function, do you think it's useful?
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