Google Voice App Updated with Fixes for Android 4.2 Crashes

The application is now integrated with Ice Cream Sandwich voicemail

By on November 14th, 2012 17:36 GMT

Google Voice, the application that allows users to make cheap international calls with their unique number provided by Google, has just been updated.

It appears that users of the application that own devices powered by Android 4.2 platform experienced random crashes.

That’s the reason why Google rolled out a minor update that fixes these crashing issues on for Android 4.2 devices. In addition, the search-giant included some new features that users can now take advantage of.

The latest version of Google Voice is integrated with Android 4.0 visual voicemail and provides direct access to folders from the inbox in Ice Cream Sandwich.

Google Voice 0.4.2.66 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.0 and up.

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