Google Voice is a service from Google which allows you to maintain one number for all your phones. Google Voice currently provides free PC-to-phone calling within North America, and PC-to-PC voice and video calling worldwide between users of the Google Voice and Video Chat browser plugin. Like any other Google services, Google Voice is not available for Windows Phone users.
Although the official app is not available, there are many alternative available for Windows Phone users. In this article we will check the best alternatives available for Google Voice on Windows Phone.
1. MetroTalk Free:
MetroTalk is the best-rated Google Voice app for Windows Phone. It supports push notifications for instantly receiving SMS messages and voicemail, even when the app is not active. Although the free app has all the features of the paid version, it is ad supported. But if you want to support the developer, you can buy the paid version.
GoVoice is yet another application for Google Voice that allows you to make cheap long distance calls, receive and send SMS messages and access your transcribed. With GoVoice, you can get push notifications for Google Voice text and voicemail directly on your Windows Phone. Other features include include contacts integration, search functionality for your SMS messages and voicemail, and the ability to pin conversations and the dial pad to the home screen for fast access.
3. Free Talk:
Free Talk is another Google voice client for Windows Phone users with many unique features. With FreeTalk you can send SMS, make calls thru Google Voice, view and manager your inbox, listen to your voicemail and do lot more. FreeTalk provides a unique feature – Translate messages before sending and translate incoming messages to your phone’s local language.
Please note that even if you have a Google ID, free calling to international and domestic numbers is available only for US account.