Are you wondering how to record calls on your iPhone? It isn't as easy as you might think, but we'll walk you through the process of doing so with Google Voice, and identify several other apps and external voice recorders that can help.
Sometimes you need to record a phone call, whether it be for legal reasons or simply for future reference. Thankfully, there are a few ways to go about doing so on your Android phone, including Google Voice, third-party apps, or a recorder.
Google Voice boasts some very handy features and we're going to show you how to set it up on your iPhone or Android smartphone. It allows you to call anyone through the internet, while maintaining your privacy.
If there's a Google service that's ripe for the grave, Google Voice certainly was a strong contender. But Google has now pushed Voice back into the limelight via an update that introduces a major visual overhaul and some new features.
It looks like Google jumped the gun on announcing what looks like will be a major update to Google Voice. The service's users could see this message at the top of their inbox for most of the day: "The new Google Voice is here. Try now."
If you're a Google Voice user, you've probably seen your share of voicemail transcriptions that make it look like the person who left the message is losing their mind. That's about to change, or at least get a little better.
Google is finally making some serious moves to integrate Google Voice with Hangouts. Users can now make audio-only calls for free to any number in the US and Canada, while Google Voice SMS messages and voicemail are also now part of the…