Google Voice for Android Updated
In other Android news(can you believe there was actually other Android news today besides Froyo?), the Google Voice app for Android was updated. Last time around, the application received a major message syncing feature, which gave nearly instant notification of SMS. While, this update isn’t as big, it is definitely still significant. Google has now given users the ability to turn on and off SMS forwarding from the application, something I have wanted for a while. One great new feature is that now in the notification pull down, it says who the SMS is from, instead of just displaying the Google Voice app icon like it used to. Overall, the update will make messaging through Google Voice more convenient. Check it out when you get a chance.
Source: Google Voice
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