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Google Voice For iPod Touch and iPad

Google Voice Adds Support For the iPod Touch and iPad

The official Google Voice for iPhone app hit the App Store in November, and now Google has added support for the iPod Touch and iPad, bringing both devices thisclose to standing in for your cell.

The new app allows users to send and receive free text messages and initiate calls by designating which phone they'd like to use; Google Voice then rings that phone and connects the call. So, while it's not a stand-in for a phone, it's very, very close.

Google included a few more features in the app update, including a new Do Not Disturb setting to send all calls to voicemail, faster and easier access to all of your contacts when dialing, and faster, more streamlined text messages. The app and update are available now for free in the App Store.

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