Google Voice is a great app that provides calling, text messaging and voicemail services. Google Voice has lagged behind its competitors for a few years, but things have changed this year. Google Voice received a significant update earlier this year that brings in a new user interface and voicemail transcription for Spanish. Basically, Google Voice is making it much easier for users to make international calls or send voicemail to their friends.
Noticeably, Google Voice now lets you sign up for Google number right within the app, thus making the setup process a lot quicker. If you are now using Google Voice for iPhone, you now can easily set up and use Google Voice on your device.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to set up and use Google Voice on your iPhone and iPad
Steps to set up and use Google Voice on iPhone and iPad
Steps to sign up for Google Voice on your iPhone
Step one: First off, make sure that you have downloaded the Google Voice app on your iPhone. Once done, you need to launch the app from your home screen to proceed
Step two: Next up, you have to tap on Sign in button at the bottom-right corner of the screen and enter your Gmail account details to sign in
Step three: Tap Accept at the bottom of the screen. After that, hit the Search button and enter your city
Step four: Tap on the number you want to use. Tap Next to link your Google Voice number to your account
Step five: On the next screen, enter your phone number and tap Send Code. After that Google will send you a code to your phone and enter the code to verify your account
Steps to check your credit balance in Google Voice app for iPhone
Step one: Launch Google Voice app on your iPhone
Step two: Hit the menu button and navigate to the credit section
If you want to add money to Google Voice, head to Settings > Payments > Add Credit. After that, hit Add Credit under Calling Credit section and use your Google account to pay.
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