Do you want to integrate Google Voice into the dialer or contacts on your Android 4.0 ICS OS running device? Well, you can do it now. Finally, Google has announced a new update for Google Voice tool, bumping the version number up to v0.4.2.54. The update brings voicemail integration in the dialer for Android 4.0 devices. The new updated Google Voice 0.4.2.54 version now lets you to pin the “Voicemail display” box in Google Voice Settings to turn your dialer into an instant voicemail center. If you have a handful of Android phones from varying places at all times, Google Voice allows you to manage them all easily under a single number.
Google Voice 0.4.2.54 app also lets you to access the all folders (inbox labels) directly from the inbox quickly. You don’t need to navigate through two menus to access the folder and you can just tap the dropdown box and go directly to the folder that you are looking for. The update also brings the ability to slow down messages. Voice mails are now able to be played through the native Ice Cream Sandwich dialer and you will be also able to modify playback speed in the Google Voice settings while you are listening to these recordings.
You can’t rock all these features unless you have an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS powered device.
Head over to Settings menu to update the Google Voice tool with the latest version. Or else you can download the Google Voice 0.4.2.54 app from the Google Play link provided here at below.
A couple of more screenshots after the break.