You may have heard that Google, the giant of search engines, keeps track of all your search history when you’re signed into the Google account, whether on your smartphone or desktop. Do you realize that Google keeps a record of your voice searches history, which you typically perform on mobile devices as well as other platforms? The Google voice searches are also included in Google history searches since the voice is transformed into text prior to the search. In case you’re interested, you can easily view your entire Google voice search history by visiting this page: history.google.com/history/audio. It is essential to be logged into the account you have created with your Google account to access the history.
It’s fascinating to note the fact that Google also saves the original recordings of the voice for all searches performed by you at a specific date and time. You can listen to your voice search by pressing on the play button. Google offers the option of removing certain or all voice search results from a webpage, however I’m not sure if it erases the search from their servers also. Keep in mind that Google is a scourge!
You can then use your Voice search history that is saved by Google to hear the difference in your voice when making an alarm, or the way your voice used to sound years ago. Funny, isn’t it? Voice searches are also available in text format within Google History along with other searches that you use each day.