The other day, Google pulled the iOS version of Google Voice
from iTunes. A
bug in the software was causing the app to crash whenever a user signed in and the Mountain View based Tech Titan didn't want the problems to spread. But thanks to a new build of the software
.1891 vs.18.104.22.1681), the problem with iOS 5 has been remedied and Google has put the app back on iTunes. The news of the apps return came via a tweet from Google Voice.
A tweet from Google Voice tells us...
Google Voice allows you to text or call any domestic phone for free and make international calls at a favorable rate. Email messages can be transcribed and just one phone number will ring through to as many phones as you want. A new feature has been added which will let users access previously stored phone numbers without a data connection. All of those iOS users that depend on Google Voice will be happy to see its return to iTunes
...that the app is back on iTunes