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Apple Approves Official Google Voice App for iPhone

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Nov 16, 2010, 1:53 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Apple recently approved the official Google Voice application for the iPhone. Earlier this year, Apple approved several third-party Google Voice applications, but this app is the one made by Google itself. The app, which is free, allows Google Voice users to acces their account, receive push notifications for new text/voicemail messages, send text messages, listen to voicemail, read voicemail transcriptions, use their Google Voice number, and make calls from either the iPhone address book or the Google Voice dialpad. It is only compatible with iPhones being used in the U.S.

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Nov 16, 2010, 4:05 PM

What this REALLY means...

All this really means is that Google Voice is now going to bow and break under the strain of it's user base.

Google Voice is one of the best things to happen to personal telecommunications in a long, long time. I loved using it until it left closed circulation and they let everyone in the USA sign on. It's breaking due to insufficient infrastructure as it is.

Now I'm going to have to stop using it becasue it will always be broken.

Me---> 😢 😢 😢
I agree.

I also don't see why an Apple user should ever have/want to switch to Android if Android is willing to cross breed their premier services. If you're an Apple user and want a Google service, no problem. If you're an Android user and want a...

Nov 16, 2010, 2:49 PM


Were already using GV Voice. But it's good to see it will be available to everyone now, especially those not tech savvy or those who are afraid of voiding their warranty by jailbreaking
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