Google Voice now has a new look across Android, iOS, and web, here's what's new.
Messages, calls, and voicemail now have separate tabs.
Conversations with one contact are kept together in a single thread.
Google Voice finally gets group chat.
Start a new message then add multiple recipients.
There's also MMS support in group chat.
Chat and individual chat so you can send photos.
Animated GIF also work.
When you miss a call, open up the voicemail tap to change transcription.
This stage is technically dealing with support but Google voicemail now offers the port with Spanish transcriptions as well.
Making the most of Android's direct reply feature, you can send a response right from the notification panel, and if you don't see the update yet, hold tight, it's rolling out to everyone soon, but only in the US.
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