Good news for die-hard users of Google Voice. After releasing the Chrome Beta browser for Android today, Google has quietly released the updated Google Voice app for Android platform. Back in August 2011, Google Voice introduced support for MMS messaging and a native version of the app for the iOS platform. The update Google Voice app (v0.4.2.44) brings a noted features including the offline SMS messaging. Here are futures of the Google Voice 0.4.2.44 app:
# New ICS user interface.
# New interface for Honeycomb and ICS tablets
# New icon for the app to match the color scheme for Ice Cream Sandwich on Gingerbread running devices.
# Offline SMS – Now, you don’t need to be connected to a wireless connection in order to compose and send text messages. Your composed texts will be saved and automatically transferred destined recipients once you connected a Wi-Fi network.
# Addition of the new “Click-to-Call” feature that lets you to send a call to your phone that will then connect to the number you intended.
# App is working a lot smoother on Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
The updated Google Voice 0.4.2.44 app is now available to download from Android Market for free. You can grab it from the link provided here at below.
Link – Google Voice 0.4.2.44 (4.4MB).
Source: Android Market