It is used in Japan and Korea in a somewhat restricted sense, fairly equivalent to "all right". OK is often used in colloquial Japanese as a replacement for 大丈夫 (daijōbu "all right") or いい (ii "good") and often followed by です (desu – the copula ). A transliteration of the English word, written as オーケー (lit. "ōkē") or オッケー (lit. "okkē") is also often used in the same manner as the English, and is becoming more popular in recent years. In Korean, 오케이 (literally "okay") can be used colloquially in place of 네 (ne, "yes") when expressing approval or acknowledgment.
I cant seem to turn off the ok google app, I like the feature where I can hit the microphone and talk, but I don’t want the microphone always on, I feel like I’m being bugged, it was working fine the way I wanted it to until recently, I noticed it was back on, kind of creepy if you ask me. I took away the permission for the google app to have access to the microphone, and now it’s no longer on, but now I miss the feature where I can hit the microphone button for a search, I don’t mind press to talk but voice activation is to creepy, anyone know why this feature went buggy on us?