Last week with some good news, we came across to know that Google Voice is removed from Apple Store for iOS, and almost everyone points out that it was removed by Apple for violating rules of the AppStore but later we found that Google has pulled it back from the AppStore due to unknown reasons of App crashing on the iOS.
According to the Google, the application crashes on the different iOS devices running latest version of iOS, now after a week it makes its way back to the App Store and now currently available for all users to download and install it on their devices. The previous app crashes at the sign in page of the Google Voice and does not allow users to make call from the app, but now according to the Google the app is back in the App Store with some stability improvements and also with some new features.
According to the Google Voice Twitter account, the app now “improves calling through GV when there is no data: no data required for all numbers previously called.” It’s obvious that Google had taken some of its time to make a fix of this issue and adds the compatibility of the iOS 5 on the application. You might not see it right away in the App Store, but you can access directly from this link.