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Voice search survives Google's latest slimming of Chrome but the active search 'OK Google' feature has been removed from Windows, Mac and Linux after this week's release of Chrome 46.
The service already supported an impressive 29 languages, but Google will be adding support for 13 more languages to Android's Voice Search, starting today and completing the roll out by next week
Two weeks have now passed since Google announced Google Now for Android 4.1 (Jellybean), and now, Android Police has documented 60+ voice commands for the service which show-off the app's features.