Google is testing a new feature for Google Voice called Wi-Fi calling that should work on all platforms, including PCs.
Google Voice has been around for some time, but it’s now getting a major upgrade that should make a real impact. For now, it’s still in the Beta testing phase, but it looks like it’s coming along. In fact, anyone can just go ahead and become a Beta tester for Google Voice.
The application is available only to US customers, and all calls are using the standard minutes from the mobile plan. That’s not ideal, and users have been wondering why there is no support for Wi-Fi calling. It seemed like the obvious direction for this app.
It’s still buggy
Since the new features are still being tested, there are a lot of problems with it. Users should… (read more)
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