If rumours are to be believed, then Apple’s iTunes App Store is all set to receive an official Google Voice application very soon.
According to Mac Rumors reports suggest the that Cupertino, California-based Apple has finally approved a Google Voice app, ending an year long wait for iPhone users.
Tech news site Tech Crunch was the first website to break the news, claiming that although the app has been approved by Apple, Google is currently giving it last minute touches, enabling it to work with the fourth generation iPhone and multitasking feature in the iOS 4.1.
The move became a possibility when Apple issued a new set of guidelines for its developers on 9 September, announcing what applications will be, and will not be, allowed in to its app store, However, Google’s Voice app was exempted from all rules.
“We currently offer Google Voice mobile apps for Blackberry and Android, and we offer an HTML5 web app for the iPhone. We have nothing further to announce at this time,” stated Google when asked about the rumours.