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Apple approves iPhone Google Voice related apps

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Sep 2010 0:20 User comments (4)

Apple approves iPhone Google Voice related apps Two apps that access the Google Voice service have now appeared in the iPhone App Store, marking the first time such GV-related apps have been seen in the store since July 2009, when the official GV app was declined by Apple.
The two apps are GV Mobile + and GV Connect, approved after Apple revised its App Store Review Guidelines earlier in the month.

Google's own official Voice application has still not been accepted, however.

Last year, Apple did not accept Google Voice into the App Store, without actually rejecting it. The company just kept Voice "in consideration."

That "in consideration" stage lasted for almost a year, including an FCC inquiry into Apple's App Store application process.

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4 user comments

120.9.2010 4:51

Both company's work together and still fight...hahahahaha

i swear they do this just to annoy each other

220.9.2010 12:01
Arthu22
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Google voice is great

320.9.2010 23:57

Originally posted by Zealousi:
Both company's work together and still fight...hahahahaha

i swear they do this just to annoy each other
From the sounds of it this isn't actually made by google(the app), so there not technically working together.

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421.9.2010 6:12

Originally posted by Zealousi:
Both company's work together and still fight...hahahahaha

i swear they do this just to annoy each other
Yeah...google's support of apple is sickening. They actually crippled android 2.2 so it would not run well on tablets...just to help the iPad.

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