Google Voice coming back to the iPhone

Google Voice coming back to the iPhone
You probably remember that not so far in the past there were some applications in the Apple App Store that enabled iPhone users to take advantage of the Google Voice service. Then Apple pulled them from its store, leaving only pain and sorrow behind… alright, it wasn’t that bad really, but why should people be limited in their ways to communicate? However, the days of injustice seem to be coming to an end soon, as Riverturn, the developers behind VoiceCentral (one of the Google Voice apps that were available for the iPhone), has found a way to deliver the service to the users – through Safari.

Coming in “early 2010”, VoiceCentral Black Swan edition will be accessible through the iPhone’s browser, but will pretty much have the same look and feel that ordinary apps have. It will have a dialer and will allow users to read transcribed voicemail and send free SMS messages. Unfortunately, there will also be some limitations. For example, you won’t be able to access your iPhone phonebook, but will first have to export them to Google. Check this epic promo video if you want to learn more!

You can take part in the beta testing process by signing up here.

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source: TechCrunch


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