YouMail Updates their Android App, Making it Faster

In a press release, YouMail has announced that they have updated their Android App, making faster and giving it more functionality.  YouMail has been seen as an alternative to Google Voice (although I am not sure why you would need an alternative), and is boasting that it has routed over 350 million voicemails and calls.

A quote from the press release:

The new Android app expands on the previous, much-downloaded version with features
such as:
o   YouMail’s smart greetings, which automatically greet callers by name.
o   Selecting and using any greeting users have recorded in the app or recorded
and uploaded online.
o   Using greetings selected from the YouMail greetings community
at “greetings.youmail.com”.
o   Easily switching between status greetings (“I’m on a plane”, “I’m at a
meeting”, etc).

If you are a user of YouMail, then go update your app and let us know what these new features add to the user experience!

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3 Comments

  1. Luke
    August 03, 13:28 Reply

    I use YouMail solely because of the dropbox service. I like a unified voicemail box and I have both my cell phone and my work PBX messages forwarded into the youmail service. It makes checking my email at the office a breeze.

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