Google Voice, which is currently only available in the U.S., allows users to send free text messages to U.S. phones and make international calls at low rates. When the app was pulled last week, Google said it was because some users were experiencing sign-in problems. Rather than face irate customers, Google decided to pull the app until it was fixed.
According to its iTunes page, Google Voice Version 22.214.171.1241 fixes the crash “introduced” in a previous release.
The free Google Voice for the iPhone/iPod touch app is available in the App Store.