Google Voice app released for iPad and iPod Touch

Google Voice app released for iPad and iPod Touch
After launching Google Voice for iPhone a few weeks ago, Google is now adding support for iPod Touch and iPad. You can download a new version of Google Voice that lets you use all the features of the app on these devices, such as sending and receiving free text messages - except, of course, make cellular calls.
While you can’t use your iPod or iPad as a phone, you can use it to initiate Google Voice calls with your phones. We call this feature Click2Call. Simply click any ‘Call’ button in the Google Voice app on your iPod or iPad and then select which of your phones you want to ring. Google Voice will call your phone and then connect your call.
The new Google Voice app also adds a few other improvements:
+ When Push Notifications are enabled, the app will automatically disable Text forwarding for you, so you won’t receive multiple notifications.
+ You can send all callers straight to voicemail by turning on Do not disturb in the Settings tab.
+ It's now easier for you to place calls from the address book by adding a dedicated Contacts button to the Dialer tab.
+ Sending text messages is now more streamlined since you don’t need to press the OK button anymore.

The Google Voice app is available to download from the Apple App Store today. You’ll need an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with iOS 3.1 or later and a valid Google Voice account to use the app. At this time, Google Voice is available in the U.S. only.
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