by Joe White
September 24, 2010
Following Apple's recent change to its App Store approval process, Google Voice-enabled apps have become available once again. GV Mobile, which was banned from the App Store last year, resurfaced not long ago as GV Mobile+ (which is free this Saturday). Following this, we heard about Messenger for Google Voice - an iPhone app which allows users to interact with GV, SMS style. Users can link the application with their Google Voice account, and send messages without having to worry about a rapidly growing mobile phone bill. Additionally, the app also features push notifications - which is a great feature. Messenger for Google Voice uses all your iPhone's contacts, meaning there's no need to re-enter anyone. And, messages can be synced between your handset and computer, which is handy. Currently, Messenger for Google Voice is available in the App Store for $2.99. If you decide to check it out, be sure to let us know how it works for you in the comments below!