Google Voice for iPhone

Androids rule our office right now, I am only one of two people with an iPhone (but I love my iPhone).  My techie-geeky workmates are in a constant state of ‘droidiness’.  So I have been feeling left out when it comes to Google Voice especially.  But no more!! I just installed this and am really liking it.  I still don’t pass as a tech geek at the office, but I can text for free.  yay! by beth kolar
Read more about the App iPhone users have been waiting for…

Earlier this year we launched a Google Voice HTML5 web app for iPhone users. Today we’re taking the Google Voice experience on the iPhone to a whole new level with the launch of the official Google Voice for iPhone app.

With this native app, you’ll continue to have access to all the major Google Voice features on your iPhone, like:

  • Cheap rates for international calls
  • Free text messaging to U.S. numbers
  • Voicemail transcription
  • Display your Google Voice number as caller ID when making calls

In addition to these benefits, the app provides some features that make using Google Voice on your iPhone a much better experience:

  • With push notifications, the app will alert you instantly when you receive a new voicemail or text message
  • Most of your calls will be placed via Direct Access Numbers, making them connect just as quickly as regular phone calls

Google Voice for iPhone is available to download from the Apple App Store today. You’ll need an iPhone with iOS 3.1 or later and a valid Google Voice account to use the app. At this time, Google Voice is available in the U.S. only.

(You will also find this article at the Google Voice Blog and on the Google Mobile Blog)Posted by Christian Brunschen, Software Engineer

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