This week, we heard that Steve Jobs' mark will be on future Apple products for years to come, despite his death earlier this month. In addition, the iPhone 4S continued to impress and will soon be available in 22 additional countries. These and other topics made news this week. Here are some of the best articles.
One of the more popular VoIP solutions for the iPhone/iPod touch just got better. Talkatone now lets users make phone calls using Facebook as well as Google Voice. In addition, the app is now universal meaning it work on an iPad too.
One year after the service debuted for U.S. customers only, Google Voice is going international. The service, which allows you to call anyone on a mobile phone or landline via Gmail, arrives in 150 destinations across 38 languages this week.
If you're a Google Voice user, consider downloading GVIntegrated. This new jailbreak tweak integrates Google Voice within the iOS, allowing users to make calls via the service from the built-in Phone app.
Sean Kovacs' "original Google Voice app," GV Mobile + ($2.99), has recently been updated. Now, the app is universal - meaning users of the app can interact with Google Voice on all of their iOS devices, including the iPad.
Google Voice is great for making and receiving calls without using your phone minutes, but it can do so much more. On today's show find out how to record a call, go into Do Not Disturb mode, and have personal greetings for separate groups.
The iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch are all fantastic devices to make free or low cost VOIP calls. There are tons of different solutions available. This AppGuide will guide you through the best out there for iOS.
While you might have been slightly disappointed by today's earlier events, here is something that will cheer you up. After over a year of waiting (16 months to be precise), Apple has finally approved Google's official Google Voice app for the iPhone and it's now available for download.
A short note to remind you that, as we recently reported, the Google Voice client GV Mobile + has gone free for the rest of the night to celebrate its approval in the App Store (and to save its Cydia buyers from having to buy it again).