VoiceCentral Black Swan brings Google Voice to iPhone

Apple rejected Google Voice from the App Store, So as VoiceCentral, whose third-party Google Voice app was also removed from the App Store; Now bringing Google Voice back to iPhone via browser, by completely bypassing Apple's app restrictions and revenue sharing. The experience will look and feel exactly as it would were it a normal […]

Apple rejected Google Voice from the App Store, So as VoiceCentral, whose third-party Google Voice app was also removed from the App Store; Now bringing Google Voice back to iPhone via browser, by completely bypassing Apple's app restrictions and revenue sharing. The experience will look and feel exactly as it would were it a normal app (swiping and all). Black Swan, as they're calling it, will feature everything you'd expect, with the only exception being your contacts. You’ll first need to import your contacts into your Google account before being able to use them. Here what it can do: Place calls through Google Voice, Browse your recent call history, Listen to your voicemails, Read and send SMS messages, Import Google Voice contacts for easy dialing/SMS, Review your billing and transaction history, It can even be used offline to browse your contacts, call history, voicemails, and SMS messages. (Note: listening to voicemails still requires a connection just like the native app.)

Black Swan teaser video:

Signup for the limited beta here