How to View and Delete your Google Now Voice History

Google stores all our history, and there is no second thought about it. It won’t be wrong to say that Google knows you better than anyone else. You can lie to your friends, family but you can not lie to Google. It know where you been, what you are watching on YouTube, what you search when you are alone, and even it can tell if you are in any danger.

Google store all your history as well as what you talk about the Google now in their database. The problem with the voice assistant is that whenever it listens to the trigger word in this case “OK Google.” or anything closer to that it activates the assistant and tries to listen to your conversation. With this, the Google sometimes records something that you would never want to know (if you know what I mean 😉 )

Since 2015 Google decided to keep all the personal search history, voice record and other user activities limited to users only. That means all your data is secure encrypted in a separate place which only you can access. This is a good step by Google to keep all the personal data safe, but it is good to keep track and delete anything sensitive from the database. As Google let the users view their history, it is now easy to find, view and delete Google now voice history.


We are here going to tell you the step by step method to access all your Google now and Google Assistant

How to Access, View, Listen and Delete Google Voice History

Listening to all the voices history is not that hard especially when you know how to find that. If you are not familiar with this then nothing to worry. Follow exactly what I am telling you, and you will be able to delete all your voice history.

  1. Go to and login to your Google account. If you are already signed into your profile, then skip this and focus on the second step.
  2. Now visit this link or if you are lazy AF then click on this link. It will bring you to the Google history page.
  3. Once you are at the Google search history page, you can see all kind of yoour Google history.
  4. You can find your browsing history, Google activity history, YouTube history, the place you were at and much more.
  5. There also another option that says Voice. Clicking on that will bring you to the Google Voice history page. Here all of your voice activity listed by order of date. You can listen to all the voice history there and delete one by one. If you want to delete all, then you can do that too by clicking the “Delete Activity” option.

By this way, you can even delete other Google history as well.

This was it in this short article. This is the easiest method to do this task. Should you have any other confusion hovering around this article? We are here for your help. Shoot your doubts in the comments.


Google Assistant Coming to More Android Devices

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the next big thing in the tech market. Interacting with your phone via voice is going to be common in the coming years. This all started with the Apple introducing Siri to the iPhone back in 2011. Google knows this, and thus they launched Google Assistant last year with their own flagship device Google Pixel. Initially, it was only limited to the Google Pixel devices. Then LG became the first non Google device to support Google Assistant to their new phone LG G6. Now it is clear that the Google Assistant will be available to all the Android users running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or the 7.0 Nougat.

Initially, it will be only available for English speaking community in the United States. Then it will be available for English speaking people in Australia, United Kingdom, and Canada. Google didn’t mention anything about the launch of non English speaking countries. But we can expect it to be launched in the near future.

While announcing this news, Gummi Hafsteinsson, Product Lead, Google Assistant in a blog post mentioned that “Our goal is to make the Assistant available anywhere you need it. It came to Android Wear 2.0—via new smartwatches—just a few weeks ago and, as we previewed in January, the Assistant is also coming to TVs and cars. With this update, hundreds of millions of Android users will now be able to try out the Google Assistant.”

It is clear that Google is taking this serious. There are several reasons for Google to allow Assistant to other devices. One of the biggest reason is the Amazon’s, Alexa. Amazon also has a personal assistant who is known as Alexa. Most of the Android devices are now leaning towards the Alexa. For example, Moto recently announced about the compatibility of Amazon’s Alexa to their Moto Z devices via the Moto Mod. Similarly, Chinese smartphone giant Huawei also announced that it would add Amazon’s, Alexa assistant to their upcoming devices. This all threatened and forced Google to make their Google Assistant available for every Android device.

Currently one can try Google Assistant on Google Pixel, Google Home and Android Wear 2.0 which recently got a new makeover with Google Assistant built in.

The largest mobile tech show is going on in Barcelone. If you happen to be there for the show, then don’t forget to pay a visit to the Google Village. Where they are showcasing their new Google Assistant which you can try for yourself.

It will be interesting to see how the rival assistant services like the Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Windows Cortana react to this move by Google.