Google Voice Open to All

Shown for the first time last November and in closed tests since then – following its old formula of adhesions from invitations – the Google released its Voice telephone service to all US sailors on Tuesday.

Developed from the Grand Central service, acquired in 2007, the Voice gives a fixed phone number (for free!) To your users among other facilities can store voice messages, as well as getting the convert to text, if the user will.

According to the web giant since the beginning of the testing period about one million users boarded the service, which in time is available in the US and Canada without any mention of his arrival in other countries.

This seems to be Google’s first movement in the market for voice communication, which should receive other news in the near future. Also in November the company announced the purchase of Gizmo5, the rival service Skype who have not had any of its features implemented in the Voice.

See the video presentation of Google Voice in English: