Global interest in Google Voice finally drove the company to bring some attractive updates to the service.
According to the company, the service was aimed to serve a single number, however, users now want the text, call and voicemail facility on their various devices.
Let’s have a brief discussion of these features.
- Clear and attractive format
- Separate tabs for text messages, calls and voicemails
- Your entire conversation with any contact will now be displayed in a thread.
- Upgraded texting and MMS photos for groups as well as in-notification replies.
- Transcription for Spanish that will be improved time to time.
- Those who use Hangouts for Google Voice communication, do not need to switch to the new apps.
The new update is an effort that centralizes text, call, and voicemail service, which can be considered as an altogether makeover and facelift.
It might recover the fans who left using the service owing to the availability of other options on various platforms. With this update, the company is boosting consumerism in various domains.
Allowing transcription in other languages will push the service to the enterprise market, and will no more be called a stagnant app for a particular community.
The company has promised to launch the updates time to time to cater to the rising issues and needs of the users. The update has been introduced to Android from Jan. 23 while others, iOS and the web should expect it in a couple of weeks.