Most of Google Voice users have been facing different problems with the application. Still Google introduced only one update in the past few months and it was just a minor update dealing with the ecological power management. This time we finally face a software update fixing the bugs of the application.
Google Voice users should be familiar with the double-play issue (it’s when you need to press “play” twice to play your voicemails). The message stops shortly after you start to listen to it. With the newest 0.4.2.34 version of Google Voice, the second tap will not be required.
Another major fix is going to deal with the issue of delaying Android notifications, so now you will get them right on time.
The rest of the features of the update include:
- Does not require data connectivity for making calls to all numbers you previously called
- Warns you when no data connectivity before you compose/send text messages
- Fix for notifications delays for SMS and voicemails
The Google Voice app for Android is designed to replace Sprint’s voicemail, becoming a leading voicemail provider for Android devices. It allows to call your friends abroad using your Google number and to send free text messages, too.
The newest version of the application can be found in Android Market. It’s available only for the U.S. customers.
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