Google voice is just like is that Gmail for voicemail. It’s been in the works for about two years, they acquire the company name Grand Central a service they acquired back in 2007. It currently only available for preview to Grand Central users and a small number of users that received invites. The voice mail service looks a lot like Gmail or you have to actually have a Gmail account to use it.
One of the coolest features I like about this is that it actually lets you receive written transcripts of all your voice mails. It also has a cool feature where you can actually set up different voice mails for different people. So you can actually customize the incoming voice mails for certain people or certain groups. I think that’s Google Voice freaking awesome.
Now back to the voice transcriptions, knowing how Google works this can actually be a benefit for people like you and me that use of transcription services to convert voice to text, it’s just a thought. I have a they have other features where you can reroute your SMS your voicemails and your phone calls from various phone communications. This could come in quite handy if you while reroute multiple numbers and have a central location for your voice mails.
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