Are you an avid user of Google Voice for Android? Well, if you answered in the affirmative, then you would be interested to hear that the latest version of Google Voice for Android will support the ability for you to send text messages to not just one, but multiple recipients in the process. Yes sir, it is now able to let you “spam” others with the latest happenings in your life, perhaps pointing them to your latest Facebook post or Twitter update?
We’re talking about version 0.4.2.38, and as usual, this will be a free update. At long last, the smartphone in your hand is able to achieve on Google Voice what a standard feature phone had been able to do for the longest time already. For those who have already downloaded and installed the latest version of Google Voice for Android, how do you find it? Also, do let us know how you plan to (ab)use it in the comments section.
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