Chrome OS 41 has hit the beta channel with some minor visual changes and a bevy of behind the scenes tweaks.
Chrome OS dev adds support for always on 'Ok Google' voice search, letting you perform web searches, set reminders and more from any screen, app or website.
Google has pushed out the latest beta version of its Chrome browser on Windows, Mac and Linux, and there's one new feature in particular that's worth talking about.
After showing up in the Chrome OS Canary channel last week, improvements to the 'Ok Google' voice search feature have landed in the Dev channel.
Minor improvements are on the way to the 'OK, Google' voice search feature in Chrome OS, including the ability to open some applications by name.
Google are working on integrating "OK, Google" voice search technology directly into Chrome - no more need for extensions.
All Chrome users can now use the 'Ok Google' voice search thanks to a new extension from Google.
Chromebook users on the Dev channel can now say "Ok Google" to initiate a voice search.
Voice searching has been enabled on the New Tab page of Google Chrome Dev - and it looks awfully similar to Google Now...