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Google Voice app adds Sprint support, multi-recipient texting

Google has released an update to its native Google Voice app for the iPhone adding support for multi-recipient texting and integration for Sprint iPhone users. The latest update now allows users to send text messages to multiple recipients via the Google Voice service along with autocompletion when entering contact names. For Sprint iPhone users who have integrated their Sprint service with Google Voice the app also now sends all calls through to the native iOS dialer allowing calls to be more quickly and easily completed. The update also adds a multi-line text entry field with character count and one-touch copy and paste on the dial pad screen. Google Voice is available from the App Store as a free download.

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Does the sprint integration mean that I won’t be using any of my minutes when I am integrated with my gv number on my iphone?
Also, what if I text pictures from my phone.  I thought gv didn’t do MMS messages…however, I am receiving pictures on my gv account using the app from some people

Posted by Jesse Hollington in Toronto on December 28, 2011 at 3:37 PM (CST)

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