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Google Voice Updated To Ice Cream Sandwich

Some more good news for Android fans, particularly for those using Google Voice, as the app gets upgraded to the latest version of Google's operating system for mobile devices.

The Mountain View company brings voicemail integration to the app. This means that users will be able to listen to their voicemail from the call log, without needing to switch between apps.

The users will also have the possibility to slow down or speed up the message playback, which is particularly convenient for long messages. And this is not all, as the users can now fast-forward through a long voicemail to skip the boring or too predictable parts and jump exactly to the piece of information that interests them.

To make the app even more practical, the users also have access to text transcripts. The app has a revamped user interface designed to deliver an enhanced experience. The users will first notice the new menu bar located at the bottom of the screen.

Google Voice with the new features is available for download from Google Play. Following the download, the users just need to click on "Voicemail display" which is located under the settings tab.

Radu has been working as a freelance writer for more than five years and has been blogging around since 2004. He is interested in anything Apple as well as gaming and mobile applications.