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Google has pushed live a new update for its Google Voice iPhone application, bringing iPhone users up to speed with features that have been present in its Android equivalent.
The search giant has pushed live version 18.104.22.1682, introducing multi-recipient texting with contact autocomplete, Sprint integration support, a multi-line text entry field and 1-touch copy and paste in the dialer.
Android users have been able to utilise multi-recipient texting for more than a month but with today’s update, iPhone owners are now able to enjoy more Google Voice features from their smartphone — with the service still only available in the U.S.
Sprint iPhone owners are now able to “sends all calls to the native dialer when the phone is integrated with Sprint”, a great new feature, especially as the company only recently announced and launched the new iPhone 4S — the first Apple smartphone it has made available to customers.
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