Google Voice app for Android is here

Google Voice, previously called Grand Central, is rolling out the Android app for the service. The main function of this app is to make it easier to use your Google Voice phone number by automatically routing outbound calls through Google and to the recipient.
The Android application is being released this morning, this is the most complete and takes over the native dialer, address book and call log. Users won’t be bothered with accidentally dialing numbers through the device phone number.
The app also allow users to access the core features of Google Voice. Listen to/read voicemails and text messages (all voicemails are automatically transcribed as well), access call history, send SMS messages and place international calls at low rates.

The Google Voice Android app can be downloaded at m.google.com/voice starting today. OR Open Android Market and search for ‘Google Voice’.

via Techcrunch


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