With the increasing demand for Google Voice, Apple has finally integrated the Google Voice app for iOS that works with Apple’s intelligent assistant, Siri. Starting today, if you have an iPhone or iPad, you will be able to use Google Voice right from your Siri assistant to place calls and messages.
With the addition of Siri support, you will be able to trigger the Google Voice app just by saying Hey Siri, call John on Google Voice or something similar to, well, start a voice call. Or Hey Siri, send a message using Google Voice if that’s what you’re after.
To make this functionality works for you, you need to set up this system first on your Apple device. To do this, first, go to Google Voice’s iOS Settings screen and activate Use with Siri. Make sure that Siri is on first. And that’s it. You can now use Google Voice to initiate a call or message.
Well, it is quite weird that such type of feature is still not available on Google Assistant on Android. Although you’d expect that platform to get more love seeing as how it too is Google’s. On the other hand, you can at least read and reply to Google Voice messages on Android.
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