Google Voice and Gmail to be integrated as a VoIP Service

Google is testing a new Gmail chat feature; "users are able to make and receive Google Voice calls from Gmail. A new phone icon opens a Gmail chat window with a dialpad, an option to find contacts, a credit balance and a call button." The feature will allow users to make voice calls over Internet […]

Google is testing a new Gmail chat feature; "users are able to make and receive Google Voice calls from Gmail. A new phone icon opens a Gmail chat window with a dialpad, an option to find contacts, a credit balance and a call button." The feature will allow users to make voice calls over Internet and it's likely that it won't be limited to Gmail.

In April, we reported Google "built a Google Voice desktop application to make and receive calls" and that the application is tested internally. Google used technology from Gizmo5, a VoIP service acquired by Google last year.

For now, Google Voice's integration with Gmail isn't publicly available.

Right, if you want to call someone using Google Voice, you need a phone. You can either visit Google Phone's site on your computer, enter phone number you want to call and wait until Google calls your phone and connects you for free or use Google Phone app on mobile phone.

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