On the day that Apple ended its long-running standoff with the Beatles, news of another partnership came to the surface.
The iOS App Store is now allowing users to download and run Google Voice. The addition of the voice over IP (VoIP) application may not seem like much in terms of the larger smartphone market, the history behind the issue makes it pretty big news.
Google has been battling to get the Voice application onto the iPhone for more than a year. The feud involved not only Apple and Google, but also AT&T and the US Federal Communications Commission.
Google was able to sneak a limited version of Google Voice onto iOS earlier this year by offering users a web-based version based on HTML5. The iOS version, however, has some added perks, such as faster calls and the addition of push notifications.
If you're in the US and have a Google Voice account, you can run the application on iOS 3.1 and later devices.
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