Google Voice update adds multi-recipient text, pre-fetched voicemail

Google Voice update adds multi-recipient text, pre-fetched voicemail

Google has rolled out an update to their Google Voice application for Android this week, tossing in a pair of much-desired features.  Most notably the new version (0.4.2.38) provides users with the ability send texts to multiple recipients at the same time.  In addition to that, Google Voice now provides pre-fetched voicemails which means you’ll be able to listen to messages in those cases where you are without data connectivity.  A third “improved text message notification” is listed in the change notes however we’re not exactly clear as to what that entails.

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