Apple banned Google Voice app for iPhone and iPod touch from iTunes app store

Google run into difficulty with its Google Voice applications software for iPhone and iPod touch. Apple has rejected Google's official Google Voice app, as well as several applications, developed by third parties, that replicate the functionality of Google Voice on Apple's devices. "Apple did not approve the Google Voice application we submitted six weeks ago to the […]
Google run into difficulty with its Google Voice applications software for iPhone and iPod touch. Apple has rejected Google's official Google Voice app, as well as several applications, developed by third parties, that replicate the functionality of Google Voice on Apple's devices. "Apple did not approve the Google Voice application we submitted six weeks ago to the Apple iTunes Application Store," confirmed a Google spokesman. Two other applications based on the Google Voice platform have also been removed by Apple from its iTunes store. VoiceCentral has disappeared from the store, while GV Mobile has also vanished. "Richard Chipman from Apple told that they’re removing GV Mobile from the App Store due to it duplicating features that the iPhone comes with." While the reasons for removing Google Voice applications remain unclear, but speculated at AT&T hand.