It’s been a very long time approaching, however Google Voice is at last getting pretty much completely coordinated into Hangouts. Prior today we saw Google relocating Voice messaging into Hangouts, and now with an update to the Hangouts application for both Android (version 2.3, which will be taking off through the following few days) and iOS you’ll have the capacity to make phone calls with simplicity.
With Google Voice in Hangouts you can now easily different Hangouts friends free of charge, place free calls to phone numbers in the United States and Canada, and additionally exploit low international call rates.
Here’s the way it will work: When you call from Hangouts, it will now utilize your Google Voice number, and calls to your number will come into Hangouts also. The Hangouts application will likewise send SMS instant messages through your Google Voice number. Voicemails will show up in Hangouts visits as a major aspect of the discussion with both interpretation and audio playback. Google hasn’t flipped the switch recently yet on these features, yet will be doing so in a couple of days.
You’ll require both the 2.3 update to Google Hangouts and the Hangouts Dialer application.