The newest version of Google’s web browser, Google Chrome, just took a huge step into the future.

Chrome 25, the latest version, incorporates voice commands via Web Speech API, which will allow web page developers to use this speech recognition feature in web apps. So, instead of using voice to simply search the Internet, you can now use your voice to compose an email, dictate documents, and much more on your computer or phone.

Google released this browser in beta in January, and it is now available for download.

To read more about the new browser, visit Web Pro News, and to see how the voice commands work on Chrome 25, watch Google’s demo.