Here's something that might just blow your mind. If you perform a voice search and Google misunderstands you, or you happen to garble your words, there's a quick way to take care of that. Just follow up with a second search that begins with "No, I said..." Google will then replace the incorrect word with what you said the second time.

Here's an example. Let's say you're in a hurry to get to our lovely website, and you say "OK Google, take me to Android Police." It doesn't hear you properly, and somehow you end up with Android mobile. A simple, "OK Google, no I said police" will take care of that issue just fine. Google will replace mobile with police and re-enter the search.

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If Google still doesn't get it right, you can keep trying using the same process. It sure beats repeating the same search command over and over. Unless you're only doing a voice search for just one word, that is. And of course, there are some words Google's not going to pick up no matter how many times you say them.

Nevertheless, file this time saver under awesome.

Source: Google