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Google’s ‘animal sound’ feature to go live soon

Google has introduced a new feature to Search called animal sounds.

By: Tech Desk |
Updated: January 14, 2016 8:42:54 am
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Google will soon introduce a new feature to Search called animal sounds.  Users can use the feature by either talking to Google app on smartphones or typing questions like, “What sound does the duck make?”.

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The feature has a total of 19 animal sounds — Ape, Cat, Cow, Dog, Duck, Elephant, Horse, Lion, Moose, Owl, Pig, Raccoon, Rooster, Sheep, Tiger, Turkey, Turtle, Bowhead whale, Humpback whale and Zebra. Once the users type in the required sound, Google Search will come up with a picture of the animal and the sound it makes.

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The sounds have been recorded from live animals. It shows users a list of a combination of the top searched for animals in Google and animals with some of the most iconic sounds. Animal Sounds work on Android and iOS devices as well as web. Animal sounds were initially supposed to go live on January 13.

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