Google Intros Browser-Based Version of Voice for iPhone
Today Google announced a new version of Google Voice for the iPhone. Google appears to be circumventing Apple's iPhone Apps Store approval process by making this version of Voice work in the iPhone's browser rather than as a stand-alone application. Google says that the new version of Voice for the iPhone is more interactive than the previous browser-based tool. It lets users listen to voicemails through the browser, as well as make phone calls from a web-based dial pad within the web app. The new Google Voice app will work on iPhones with system software 3.0 and higher. It also works within the browser of Palm's webOS devices.
Google's Allo Messaging App Lands On the Web, Sort Of
Google today brought its assistant-backed Allo messaging application to the web. Allo on the web requires Google's Chrome browser and can only interact with Allo on Android smartphones for now (iPhone support is coming later.) Google says Allo web access requires the latest version of the mobile Allo app on your handset in order to function.
Google Releases Android TV App for iPhone
Google recently made a remote control app for Android TV available to the iPhone. The app allows iPhone owners to access and control their Android TV device.
Google Search App Can Be Used to Open, Interact with Other Apps
Google has updated the main search application for Android devices and expanded its ability to use voice commands with other installed applications. For example, users can say things like, "Ok Google, Shazam this song," or "Ok Google, listen to NPR" and it will do exactly that.
Google Brings Google Assistant to the iPhone
Google today announced Google Assistant for the iPhone. The app can respond to voice input and take action for a wide variety of tasks.
Google Voice Gains New Lease On Life with Massive Overhaul
Google today introduced a wholly new version of Google Voice for Android, iOS, and the web. The calling, voicemail, and messaging platform has been overhauled from the ground up with a new design, new features, and a fresh commitment from Google to keep the service updated.
Google strikes back!
Google is fierce!
Unless I am missing something that's it?