It was looking like Google Voice was done for on account that the app didn’t receive a major update in years, but we are finally graced with a brand new update that brings forth a slew of changes concerning the functionality and appearance of the application. What’s more is that the update has been rolled out for a total of three different platforms.
Google Voice Now Brings a Cleaner UI and According to the Company, It Keeps Everything Organized
According to Google, when you fire up Google Voice, the first thing that users will notice about the application is a cleaner interface. The experience will naturally differ for different operating systems since the latest update now caters for all three platforms: Android, iOS and the web.
“The first thing you’ll notice about the updated Google Voice apps is a cleaner, more intuitive design that keeps everything organized. Your inbox now has separate tabs for text messages, calls and voicemails. Conversations stay in one continuous thread, so you can easily see all your messages from each of your contacts in one place. We’ve upgraded the messaging experience with support for group and photo MMS as well as in-notification replies. And we’re starting to introduce voicemail transcription for Spanish and will improve accuracy over time.”
In addition, Google Voice has also brought forward a new way to keep everything organized. For starters, the inbox now possesses a separate tab for messages, calls and voicemails. Each time you decide to head into your inbox to search for messages, calls and voicemails, a brand new tab will appear. Additionally, your conversations are going to stay in one continuous thread so you will easily be able to view all of your contacts. That’s not all; Google Voice has also been updated to bring support for group and photo MMS.
If you’re interested in giving the app a try, then given below are the direct links for Google Voice depending on which platform you will be using:
Let us know what you think about the latest update.