The Google Voice telephony service finally has a native iPhone app, following more than a year of wrangling between Google and Apple.
The US only service offers users a single number which can be used to re-route voice calls to any device. Other features include text messaging and voicemail transcription, and it uses push notifications to alert users to new voicemails and text messages.
Google Voice has had an app for a long time now, but the iPhone version was infamously barred from the app store, although Apple and Google publicly disagreed about details of the block.
Google launched a Google Voice HTML 5 web app to get around the block earlier this year, but yesterday launched the native app in the App Store.