Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch users can now experience to make call using the internet via Google Voice app, the app is officially available in Apple App store after year in exile. Recently, the app is available for purchase from the Apple Store for $3.
The approval follows after Apple loosened its stringent restrictions and allows the app to land on its iOS system. Additionally, the federal investigations discussion may also helped Apple to decide. Previously it argued that the app duplicated the phone functionality, the ability to make call, but the Federal Reserve Board and numerous technical experts were concerned it was simply trying to block Google in retaliation for Android.
Google Voice is a sort of service that allows users to make and receive phone calls through the internet, I t also has a capability to connect multiple phone numbers. In addition, users can also have a personal Google Voice number. Users are allowed to sync Google Voice apps into all home work, and cellphone numbers.
Aside from free calls, users can also send free SMS as well as receive transcripted voicemails so user can you can read their voicemail when they don’t have time to listen to it.
GV Connect probably won’t be alone in the App Store for long, as the maker of GV Mobile + is set to join GV Connect n the App Store.