Google Records and Store Your Voice – Here’s how to Listen and Delete it
Ok, Google is listening … and recording too.
Google is not just listening to your searches, but the search engine is also recording and storing every single voice search you make. Google is incredibly accurate at understanding your voice. The company secretly stores its users’ searches from its voice-activate assistant, Google Now, and its voice search functionality.
But what many of you do not realize is that after every voice searches you made, Google makes a recording of it and stores it in a remote part of your account.
Listen to your own voice recorded by Google
Even though Google recording our voice may not come as a surprise, allowing us to hear our own recording and be able to delete may be a surprise considering the track record of Google and its never-full, data hungry servers. Listening to your own voice recording is as easy as visiting your “voice and audio activity” page in the Google Dashboard. Beware that, it is extremely weird to listen to yourself talk to a machine.
How to delete all your stored voice records?
Thankfully, you can delete your voice recordings easily. Just access your voice & audio activity page (a quick google search will get you there), and you are able to delete one or all of your recordings.