Google Voice 'faster voicemail access, Google Voice moaile app for iPhone and Palm WebOS, Send SMS to multiple recipients, Voice extensions'

Google Voice implemented two changes in the way you listen to voicemails through your phone. First, when you dial your own Google Voice number, Google now begin playing voicemails without pressing 1. Second, voicemails starting playing with the most recent, rather than the oldest.Google Chrome’s Voice extension gives you easier access to many Google Voice […]

Google Voice implemented two changes in the way you listen to voicemails through your phone. First, when you dial your own Google Voice number, Google now begin playing voicemails without pressing 1. Second, voicemails starting playing with the most recent, rather than the oldest.

Google Chrome’s Voice extension gives you easier access to many Google Voice features: - See how many new messages you have; View the most recent messages in your inbox; Quickly call or text any number; Click any phone number on a web page to start a call.

New released Google Voice mobile web app for iPhone OS 3.0+ and Palm Web OS devices, harness the power of HTML5. In addition to access to a streamlined Google Voice inbox, new app also lets you display Google Voice number as the outbound caller ID, send and receive text messages for free, and place international calls at Google Voice's low rates. To get started, visit m.google.com/voice.

Google launched an ability to send a single SMS message to multiple recipients. Just click on SMS button, enter names or numbers (separated by commas) in the "To" field, write your message and click send. Replies from each recipient will be threaded into separate conversations, so you can keep track of them in your Google Voice inbox. To prevent spam, Google allows a maximum of five recipients per message.