The Google Voice Blog (I love the fact that Google has a blog for almost everything, like they probably have a Google Tea Break Blog too) announced today that following on from the launch of Google Voice for iPhone a few weeks back, they have now added iPad and iPod touch support. Of course the big difference between using Google Voice on iPhone and on the iPad is the fact that you canâ€™t use any of the phone features on the iPad, although you can use the app to send and receive free texts, and the blog explains that you can also use it to initiate Google Voice calls with your various other phones, via a feature called Click2Call. All you do is click any â€œCallâ€ button in Google Voice on your iPad or iPod touch, and then choose which of your listed phones you want to call. Google Voice will then call that phone and connect your call.
Click here to download the free app: Google Voice for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store
Note that Google Voice is currently only available in the US, and that youâ€™ll need to have a valid Google Voice account in order to use it.
Source: Google Voice Blog: Google Voice app now supports iPad & iPod Touch