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Google Now, Google's intelligent digital assistant that is comparable to Siri, is now constantly listening out for the words 'OK Google'.
Saying this special phrase, the phone will instantly respond to voice commands like calling contacts, searching Google or setting reminders. This saves having to launch a separate app.
Searches can be made directly from the homescreen without having to tap any buttons, just by starting your commands with 'OK Google'. This always-listening feature was first introduced with Google's smart glasses Google Glass, which is voice-activated by the phrase 'OK Glass'.