So, you have an Android based smartphone and you often use Google voice commands for your day to day activities. Okay, you kind of had a hunch that Google stores all your voice activities just like it keeps track of what you type in Google’s search bar or, or, how it scans your emails. Your Google Voice Search History. Scary, isn’t it?
Don’t worry, at least for the voice part. Here is a step by step guide to see and delete either specific or all of your Google voice search history.
Step by step guide to view and delete Google Voice Search History
Visit https://www.google.com/history in your web browser.
Once you visit this page, you will be asked for your google account login credentials. After logging in, this will be your landing page:
Click on the below highlighted icon to enter into a menu which will show you various options like – Web & App Activity, Voice & Audio Activity, Device Information etc.
Click on Voice & Audio Activity and Voila, you can see all your Google Voice Search History. Go ahead, check all of them. Click on PLAY button as highlighted below to actually hear what you’ve been saying to Google:
For Deletion, Click on the icon as shown below and a menu will open from where you can select Delete options:
You can delete your audio files which have been recorded either today, yesterday or delete all the information by selecting Advanced option as shown below:
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