Google Voice app hits iPod Touch and iPad

On December 15, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Mike Jefferson

As you know, Google Voice came to iPhone recently, but it seems that’s not enough for Google, therefore, Google decided to release Google Voice for non-phone iOS devices such as iPod Touch and the iPad.

Thanks to Google Voice now iPod Touch and iPad users can send and receive free messages, and make phone calls. Although they won’t be able to receive calls on their non-phone iOS device, they can make phone calls with them. In order to perform calls, iPad and iPod users will have to select which phone will be set up to ring with the new Click2Call feature. Of course, there are other improvements as well such as push notification you won’t get text forwarding or duplicated notifications, Do Not Disturb option, and a dedicated contacts in the Dialer so you can access you phonebook easier.

Overall, this is a nice improvement because now you can enjoy in free calls and messages from non-phone iOS devices. Anyhow, if you want to try this app, you can get it from Apple’s iTunes App Store.

[via Ubergizmo]

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