Today HulloMail announced the launch of its free visual voicemail product for Android devices in the U.S. and U.K. HulloMail 2.2 has the ability to replace the voicemail service that is provided by wireless network operators. When a voicemail is received, HulloMail converts the voicemail to an MP3 file and then emails the file to the user as an attachment. It can then be listened to, saved, and forwarded to others. Pretty neat. I can see this being very convenient.
Take a look at the video below to see how the app works. It is very cool. It is definitely going to replace my carrier voicemail.
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Source: Phone Scoop