12:53 24th Jan, 2017
Google Updates Its Voice Apps
The new update brings in separate tabs and apps look more cleaner and intuitive.
It has been almost five years since Google updated its Voice apps that allow users to use Google Voice to call, text, and get voicemail on all their devices. However, the tech giant has finally made up its mind to roll out a fresh set of features to Google Voice apps on Android, iOS, and the Web.
According to Google’s official blog post, “the updated Google Voice apps is a cleaner, more intuitive design that keeps everything organized.”
Also, Google has mentioned that the inbox now comes with separate tabs for text messages, calls, and voicemails. Additionally, the tech giant has upgraded the messaging experience with support for group and photo MMS as well as in-notification replies.
Having said this, Google has promised to provide more and more updates and features to its Voice apps, in the recent Google blog post. Speaking about the current update, the company has announced that the roll out will start from today, and would gradually reach everyone in the coming weeks.
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