Google launches Chrome 25 beta with support for voice commands

Google never ceases to update the different versions of its Chrome browser on multiple operating systems on which it is available.

The search giant announced today the launch of the latest beta version of its Web browser, Chrome 25. Let this high version number that means nothing for a long time and focus on improvements in this major upgrade: the main novelty, or that Google particularly emphasizes is the API support Speech enabling Web developers to incorporate speech recognition into their applications and to imagine all sorts of concepts based on speech.

Developers are definitely spoiled with this new version as development tools have been improved and with new features like the ability to clear the console JavaScript or display CPU activity for each rule. For users, there is not much to put in their mouths - if only Chrome on Windows will automatically disable the extensions that have been added by third-party programs without proper consent from the main concerned.

Must still remember that these betas are being developed, not always stable, and the 25th version is much more suited for developers and the general public.

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