Google Voice is already a pretty popular service and now Google has snapped up a California-based start-up, SayNow, for an undisclosed sum. SayNow’s platform offers voice messaging between individuals or groups and the company already offers access to its services via Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Android and the iPhone. The company claims to have over 15 million users on its apps and services, such as SayNow Phone, SayNow Broadcast, Big Call and Chit Chat. It isn’t clear what Google is planning to do with the platform at the moment, but it’s expected that it will eventually be integrated into Google Voice.
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