As we all know that Google is working to bring changes to all its Apps turn by turn in order to provide an improved user experience. Google Voice App is next in that row. The company had been testing Voice Over Internet Protocol feature for their Voice App for almost a year. Finally, we have come to know that VoIP is rolling out to the Google Voice App with the rollout expected to be finished next week.
Google Voice App Latest Update Brings VoIP Feature
The latest update will now give Google Voice users the option of making and taking calls over Wi-Fi and mobile data. We all know that Wi-Fi calling is perfect for those times when you are outside of your carrier’s coverage area. At that time, if you do have a good Wi-Fi connection, you can make important calls. In such cases, a call made over Wi-Fi just sounds better.
In addition to that, Google My Business app got an updated version that allows businesses to share service-areas and information about their business via Maps and Search. The aim behind the creation of this App was to help businesses and organizations to manage their presence across Google and it is an absolutely free tool. Furthermore, the businesses are now able to connect with potential customers in all their service areas via this update. Moreover, the consumers are also able to get the services they need. In addition to all this, Google has also promised that it will also facilitate Businesses to find new customers in the future.