Google Voice is now open to anyone in the U.S. – no invitation is required. The free service provides one number to ring all your phones, voicemail transcriptions, and a ton of other things your carrier probably doesn’t provide. Check out the official Google Voice overview page for a complete list of features.
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Perhaps not the most significant Google Blog post of the day, but if you’ve got an .edu email address and an Android phone then this is definitely something you are going to want to take a look at.
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Using Google Voice for Android just got a whole lot faster.
A first look at Verizon’s upcoming release of Skype Mobile.
With a good, free VOIP app, is a voice plan really necessary?
Google snatches up Gizmo5, a company that provides Internet-based calling software for mobile phones.
Revision3 Internet Television has joined the Android community. They started posting Android application reviews on their show AppJudgement. The show is updated three times each week and it looks like they do one Android episode per week. Subscribe to their feeds for future Android videos.
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Google Voice has been available on Android for several weeks and I’ve enjoyed using the service. The visual voicemail works well enough and is a cool feature to show your friends. My biggest complaint with the app thus far was the toggle method for turning Google Voice on and off.
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Android phones already have voice dialing and voice search. What about voice commands? The signs say voice commands are coming, and soon. The Cupcake development branch features page includes the note “VoiceDialer supports ‘open app’ command”. Also announced in the Android roadmap was the new Input Method Framework (IMF). The IMF ... Read More »