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Google Voice on iPhone Adds Sprint Integration

Written on December 22, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Google Voice update for iOS includes full support for sprint integration.

Google Voice has released an update for their iOS app which enables iPhone users on Sprint to take full advantage of the Google Voice Integration feature.

The recent development is a result of Google’s partnership with Sprint which now allows users on the Sprint network to access Google Voice accounts from their iPhones, support for multi-recipient text messaging, multi-line text field to avoid splitting messages and dialing with support for single tap copying and pasting.

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Google Rolls Out Voice Search for Google Voice

Written on December 15, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Google bridges the gap of miscommunication as the company incorporates a new innovation that will personalize speech recognition on Google Voice.

Google first launched its patented cloud-based voice recognition system in 2007. The system was made to power the GOOG-411 information service. It means that more than screening hundred of phone calls, it will be now used to power automated voicemail for Google Voice. And now, Google makes a further development for Android by adding “personalized recognition” to its algorithm.

Google’s current system is designed to work “regardless of gender, age, and accents, or variations in pitch, pace, and other factors.” But those who have been using this service knows well that training it to recognize a person’s voice and speech pattern makes the accuracy more significant. But looking at the big picture, Google Voice Recognition isn’t 100% accurate after all.

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The Official Google Voice for iPhone is Here

Written on November 17, 2010 by Charles Bass

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After being rejected several times, Google Voice for iPhone is now official. GV released third party apps before but this one is the best. Do you want to improve your "telephone" experience? Get the GV now!

It has been more than a year now since the Apple app store rejected Google Voice on iTunes. But now, just like the Beatles, the official Google Voice app is now on iTunes. The arrival of Google Voice is followed by several third-party apps from other developers.

Even though Google developed HTML5 version of Voice, there is still a traditional app available which competes with the functionality offered on Android.

Google Voice improves the “telephone” experience of the user in many ways. Check on iTunes now and download the app.

If you have GV on your iPhone, tell us about pros and cons of this app on the comment box below.

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Google Enables Phone Calls on Gmail

Written on August 25, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Skype and other Web-based VOIP programs has a new competitor in the name of Gmail Inbox voice calls.

Google is currently testing a Web-based service inside the Gmail Inbox that will permit users to make phone calls straight from their accounts. Look into your Google Chat window on the lower left-hand corner and you can now either place or receive calls from the people on your contacts. The UI of this new feature is similar to Google Voice.

For quite some time now, Google has been making efforts to make voice communication work. Years ago, Google Talk was launched which transcribes voice mails and provide users with a single phone number which can make calls to several phone units.

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The Vlingo for Android Goes for Free too

Written on August 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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To stop the sudden death that is threatening them, Vlingo is now for FREE. Just after Google's Voice Action shows up free, too.

Just when the Google Navigation entered the picture, it threatens Vlingo HQ death. Why? Well, simply because Google released it for free while the Vlingo is for $10. And they have the same use.

But it is only losers who give up for Vlingo. As it emerges from the fight again, now the 10 dollars worth of app is for FREE. In the company’s blog, they even congratulated Google for the accomplishment. CEO Dave Grannan says that he wants the Android subscribers to be free in terms of comparing the services being rendered by Vlingo which adds features further more. With a valid point in his favor – You can now use Vlingo if you have Android 2.0 and above, and the Google’s service only runs in Froyo. Good point. Vlingo on Android is the only version that actually charged on Nokia, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile.

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