Google Voice for iPhone & Palm

google voiceYesterday, Michael van Ouwerkerk – Software Engineer@Google, stated that Google has launched new voice mobile web app for iPhone OS 3.0 and Palm Web OS devices on Google Voice Blog.

He claims apps are harnessing the power of HTML5, a new web technology that makes it possible to run faster, richer web-based applications right in the mobile browser.

There is also more information about functions:

In addition to letting you access a streamlined version of your Google Voice inbox, the new web app also lets you display your Google Voice number as the outbound caller ID (so return calls come back to your Google Voice number), send and receive text messages for free, and place international calls at Google Voice’s low rates.

To get started, visit m.google.com/voice in your mobile browser. For quick access, don’t forget to create a shortcut to this URL on your home screen or Palm Launcher.

Just a reminder: you’ll need a Google Voice account and a voice plan on your cell phone to place calls using this web app. Don’t have a Google Voice account? Request an invite.

Source on Google Voice Blog

4 Comments

  1. Nice.

  2. I love Google Voice. There SMS feature really got me into it. I am able to send free text messages to Bangladesh, India, and USA. It saves me some good money on my texting program from Verizon Wireless because I can use that to send now. I think Google always does a good job of giving users what they require and need. I have found in the future they are mixing Voice with the Android. Plus they bought a new VoIP company which they will mix with the other two to give some quality features. I need to get myself an Androind now haha.

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