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Google Integrates 'Voice' with Native Android Voicemail

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Mar 22, 2012, 2:21 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Google today provided an update to the Android version of Google Voice. The new version now more seamlessly integrates with the native call log and voicemail features of the Android 4.0 platform. Voicemails left for a user's Google Voice number will appear alongside voicemails left on the regular numbers. Users can listen to Google Voice voicemails from the native voicemail screen, which also adds controls for slowing down and speeding up playback of voicemail messages. The new Google Voice features require Android 4.0 and up, and the app can be downloaded from the Android Market for free.

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Mar 22, 2012, 2:43 PM

what' with this BS??

why is chrome and the new voice only works on android 4.0?
other apps have no problems installing on any version of android!
Google added some features to the 4.0 API that allowed them some of the features on the new apps.

AFAIK, it was only 4.0 that can support all the new features of Voice/Chrome.
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