How to Use Google Voice on your iPhone

News | Friday July 31 2009 1:18 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , ,

To get started, you need to point your iPhone 's Safari browser to
and follow the instructions provided to turn your contacts into bookmarklets so that you can just tap to call the contact.
You need to enter some credentials, which are specific to your Google Voice account (which needs you to login to your Google Voice account on your computer), your iPhone number, and the number of the person you'd like to call.
Tapping on the “Generate” results in the bookmarklet getting created for that Contact. Bookmarklets are small javascript scripts that can be saved as in a normal bookmark. You can now tap on the bookmarklet to call the Contact.
“that will take all of your Address Book contacts and convert them to
bookmarklet links in a html file. You can import those links to your
Safari bookmarks and then sync with the iPhone .”
I admit this is not very useful if you compare it to the Google Voice application that Apple rejected but it is better than nothing.
iPhone app developed by Sean Kovacs, which was one of the third-party apps that Apple first approved and then removed from the App Store along with Google Voice app. It is now available on Cydia for free.
add, delete, enable, or disable the phones that Google Voice forwards calls to
As always, please let us know how it goes, and if you found this useful.

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