We knew it was coming, but Google has now finally pushed out their new and improved voice search enabling update to the Chrome browser for iOS. The update brings Chrome for iOS up to version 27, and in line with the desktop and Android versions of the browser.

The voice search has now been added to the omnibox on the iPad version, and sits above the keyboard as a separate button on the iPhone. This is Google's newly improved voice search, with much faster voice recognition, and in some cases, results that are spoken back to you. We first saw this back at Google I/O for the Chrome browser, though we've been able to use voice search within the main Google Search app for iOS until now.

Google also promises faster page reloading times when connected to a slow network, and a bunch of security and bug fixes. But it's mainly about the voice search. Anyone who's given it a go, how are you finding it?

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