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How to check everything you've said to Google through your voice

OK Google in any situation

Google was born as a search engine, and that is something that shows in every product that is released. In Android this is also the case, since every day it puts more effort into using Google's search engine in its own operating system.

With Android 4.1 JellyBean came Google Now, an application that aims to bring us information of all kinds, from time to traffic, through information on flights or sports results. All possible data to not miss anything.

Google Now is increasingly integrated into Android, and the goal is that we can perform any search at any time. For that we have the OK Google command and all the rest of them that are activated with the voice. Voice commands allow us, for example, to type without having to use the keyboard.

However, you may not know that everything you say to Google with your voice is registered and we can check it. In this article we will show you how to do it and, above all, how to deactivate it if you don't want it.

A place where everything you search on Google is stored

Google voice recognition is tremendously useful, as it allows us to search for information or give orders without touching the phone. But this, as usually happens, is stored in one place, and we will tell you where.

The first thing we have to do is access Google’s personal history. Obviously it is private and you can only see it with your Google account. Here you can consult all the information of what you have searched on the Internet.

Now we will have to go to the section Voice and audio activity. Here we will see a list of all the voice commands that we have given to Google through our terminal. We will see what it has been for and we can play each recording.

Google History capture

As is logical, all these recordings can be maintained or deleted, either one by one or all at once. This is important, since possibly not all users want this to be registered.

Finally, if you are one of those people who pays special attention to privacy, This history gives us the option of not saving anything we are looking for. To do this, we will go to the three points icon, we will enter Configuration and we will see the option that nothing of what we dictate be saved.

About Alejandro Lpez




Music student and passionate about technology. Always looking for new news to be informed about the last thing that happens in the geek world. I am mainly interested in the Android landscape. Apps, smartphones and everything related to the Google OS.

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