Google Introduces Google Voice Web App for iPhone and Palm WebOS Devices
Google introduced today the Google Voice web app for the iPhone and Palm WebOS devices. This HTML5 application provides users with a fast and versatile mobile experience for Google Voice because it uses the latest advancements in web technologies. For example, AppCache lets users interact with web apps without a network connection and local databases allow you to store data locally on the device, so users don't lose data even when you close the browser.
Then you can make calls from your phone that show your Google Voice number as the caller ID. You can also listen to voicemail and read voicemail transcripts, send and receive text messages for free, and take advantage of the low international call rates offered by Google Voice.
For quick access to the most important features like "Dialer", "Compose SMS", "Inbox" or "Contacts," you can add shortcuts to your iPhone home screen or Palm Launcher. And because the Google Voice web app uses advanced features of modern HTML5 browsers, it offers native app-like performance and speed.
For more information visit m.google.com/voice. The web app is compatible with all versions of Palm WebOS and iPhone OS 3.0 and higher.
A Google Voice account is required to use the app, and Google Voice is currently only available in the United States.
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