"OK Google" Voice Search Feature Removed from Chrome

With the recent release of Google Chrome 46, the search giant has removed one of the browser’s most controversial features, its “OK Google” voice-powered search assistant.

The feature was added in Chrome 35 back in May 2014, and only to the desktop browser, the voice assistant being already built-in with Google’s default apps on Android devices.

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