Google Voice update brings support for Honeycomb and tablets

Google Voice update brings support for Honeycomb and tablets
An update to Google Voice adds support for Android tablets. The new version, 4.2.34 can be downloaded from the Android Market now, although those who sideloaded an earlier build will have to remove it before installing the new updated version. As we reported, just a couple of days ago the app was updated to kill a couple of bugs and add some new features. That update included a change in the "action bar" that some felt made it look more like something designed for a tablet. Now, we understand why that design change was made.

Google Voice allows you to make low cost international calls, free calls within the U.S, and send free text messages with your Google number. The service offers free voicemail and is currently available only in the States. And while some users were asking in the Android Market where the Honeycomb version of the app was, the answer is that it is here now, available in the Android Market.

source: Engadget


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