Search by Voice in Google Maps 4.1 for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 smartphones

Google added “Search by voice” feature to Google Maps 4.1 on Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 phones. “Search by voice lets you easily search for anything by simply speaking “search terms” instead of typing them. Open Google Maps, press phone’s “call” button, and speak a search term like “Park Plaza.” Search by voice works with […]

Google added “Search by voice” feature to Google Maps 4.1 on Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 phones. “Search by voice lets you easily search for anything by simply speaking “search terms” instead of typing them. Open Google Maps, press phone’s “call” button, and speak a search term like “Park Plaza.” Search by voice works with all kinds of searches Google Maps for mobile already supports, including places, addresses (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway), specific businesses (The French Laundry), or types of businesses (sushi restaurants new york),” explains Google. You may also notice few other additions, including redesigned settings page with Search by voice language choices. Choose your preferred language from supported options, including multiple English accents and Mandarin Chinese. Also, if you find problem with any information in Google Maps, you can use “Report a problem” option to let us know. To get started, install latest version by going to m.google.com/maps on your phone’s browser.
 

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