Bringing a new revolutionary tool on video and communications market, the Android 2.0 mobile operating system was successfully combined with the functionality of Google Voice application. You will find a powerful and functional application that allows the users to connect voice and SMS contacts in a unique place. Either you are a notebook, netbook or smartphone user, Google Voice represents a virtual communication hub for individuals.
Using the Google Voice application you can play back mail messages or read them as a text in your in-box. The options available in menu allow you to return calls or SMS, to archive messages or delete them, all using the Google Voice phone default number. Further the messages can be organized with labels or sent for free to your contacts number, using your Google assigned number.
The main features of Google Voice are:
You will keep your existing mobile number, but your missed calls will generate a Google number that can be accessed in your email or directly in your application.
Voicemail transcription will transform any voice mail into a text message
Free text messages.
Cheap international calls.
Integration of your address book or Google contacts.
Custom greetings for different callers.
The main view of the application shows your in-box, where you get the voice mail transcriptions, SMS threads and other messages related to the account. If you want to compose new text messages, to refresh the display, to label your messages, to check your account balance or just to get help, just use the menu key and row if icons that appear at the bottom. Clicking on a SMS message you will access the full thread and a various list of icons will allow you to call the person on the list, or to write her a message, add a star or to delete it.
At this moment we can say that Android's Google Voice is the best available application for any mobile platform, but this is not a surprise as both Android and Google's Voice applications are Google lab creation.