Google has made the redesigned Google Voice public after teasing it few weeks ago. The redesigned Google Voice is now available in the form of an update for Android and iOS starting today along with an all new interface on the web. The biggest change is coming in the design department with the service now looking similar to other Google services.
Google Voice update not only offers a cleaner design but it also brings in separate tabs for text messages, calls and voicemails. Google describes the change in its blog post as "Conversations stay in one continuous thread, so you can easily see all your messages from each of your contacts in one place." The feature update brings support for group and photo MMS as well as support for replies directly from notifications.
Voicemail transcriptions has been one of the key feature for Google Voice and with the update, Google is adding support for Spanish. Google has failed to nail the social communication platform with multiple services available including hangouts, google+ and recently introduced duo and allo. Google is yet to unify the best of all its services into one great service but the company notes that it will continue updating Voice with new features and updates.
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