Performance and User Experience
Google Voice Google Play app for Android and App Store one for iOS offers users free phone numbers for text messaging, voicemail, and calling. The app works on smartphones, and it syncs across my devices. This way I can use the app both at home and on the go.
The app has a clean and intuitive interface that makes it easier for users to navigate the app while offering an excellent user experience. The controls and menu items are also straightforward. For instance, in the inbox all voicemails, calls, and text messages are sorted into distinct tabs. This kind of interface makes the app ideal for this category of applications. In this category, the app scores a 4.5/5.
The most crucial feature of the IPA and APK is the virtual, permanent, single phone number which
may ring in any of your verified and physical cellular devices. This app ensures I’m always in control and I can forward voicemail, text messages, and calls to any of my gadgets while automatically filtering spam. I can also block the numbers which I don’t intend to hear from. The calls, voicemails, and text messages are backed up, so it’s easy for me to search my history and retrieve any information. Sending group texts and sharing instant photos is also not a big deal with this app on my Android mobile device.
Another exciting feature is that the iOS and Android app offers free voicemail transcriptions sent straight to my email, but I can as well just read the messages from within the app. With the latest version, you’ll get to enjoy a couple of performance enhancements and bug fixes. Notably, there are no in-app purchases. The features of this app deserve a 4.5/5.
Performance and User Experience
One factor that most users of this APK or IPA can relate to is its ease of use. Even on my first day, I was still able to access my voicemail transcripts, make voice calls, and go through my text messages with ease. I also like the fact that I can enjoy competitive rates when making international calls even without using my mobile data. In this category, the app gets a 4.5/5.
Google Voice is available both as a Google Android and iOS application. The Google Play Store Android version vary with the device used, while the App Store app requires you to have iOS 10.0 and over. It is compatible with iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. On cross-platform use, I give the app a 4.5/5.
- You can record incoming calls;
- It’s an ideal voicemail system;
- It’s a free app.
- It’s only available for US users;
- VoIP calls aren’t of high quality;
- Outgoing calls cannot be recorded;
- The message transcripts are far from perfect;
- Conference calls may end up messy.
Google Voice app for all Android devices and iOS gadgets may not be ready to cover all your telephony needs, but it’s still close as it is almost entirely free. Understandably, the lead VoIP tool has several setbacks. However, they can’t afford to deter you from getting the app since most of these issues are usually addressed with the subsequent updates. I would recommend this app to American users who would like to make significant savings on their communication expenses.