Tag: Google Voice
Google Voice is one of my favorite and most useful applications. I love it because of the transcription for voice mail, the ability to listen to your voice mail, screen calls, and above all it’s FREE. The latest update is small but does have the labels included, just like there are labels with your Gmail [...]
Well, nearly almost all calls. First, Google Voice is only available for the U.S. currently. Secondly, according to their official Google Voice Blog, the update isn’t active at this time for 100% of the calls, but they are planning for it to be effective sometime next week. What’s so great about Google Voice?
Google has been busy indeed! They have announced in the Google Voice Blog that they have opened up Google Voice to everyone. Google Voice is a great application and it’s great to see it expand outside the invite stage. What’s Google Voice? Let’s take a closer look…
Google has their updated mobile apps versions up, so if you use mobile Google Search (v3.6.11), Google Sync, or Google Voice (v0.1.7), you should download and replace the versions you have. There’s no log listed yet, but when there’s an update, there’s always some fixes and improvements. Update your Google apps from the Mobile Google [...]
Seeking Alpha posted an interesting article written by Anton Wahlman entitled “BlackBerry’s 26 Advantages Over iPhone“. The point being made that while you are woowed and wowed with the iPhone’s flamboyant looks and word of die hard iPhone advocates, don’t over look tried, true, and stable. BlackBerry is the tortoise who will win the race [...]