Already available for Android and BlackBerry, Search by Voice has now been made available for Symbian S60 and Windows Mobile, too, via Google Maps 4.1.
To enjoy the new features, just open Google Maps 4.1 on your S60 of Windows Mobile smartphone and, after you’ve pressed the Call button, speak your search term. You can search for places, specific businesses or specific addresses.
For the moment, search by voice is compatible only with English (multiple accents) and Mandarin Chinese.
Google Maps 4.1 with Search by Voice for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 can be downloaded here.
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