Google has rolled out a new essential update to the Google Voice app called “Intelligent Network Switching“. It is a new feature introduced by the company that intelligently switches from Wi-Fi to cellular connections to make call performance even better. The app now automatically detects the poor connection between cellular or Wi-Fi and switches between them and provides the user with a better calling experience without any interruptions.
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The user will only have to enable the feature in the app and the app itself will switch the network. Till now, Voice only had a single ideal network to choose from when placing a call, which means that if a user went from cellular to Wi-Fi while on the call, it will be connected with the cellular connection. But now, users can see a big and enhanced difference with better call quality performance.
Furthermore, the update allows users to create some rules for incoming calls. Calls might get routed in a number of different ways and from a number of different callers, resolving it to send unknown callers to voicemail. Additionally, Google Voice also brings smart replies to the platform that gives users a simple way to respond to incoming messages.
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If you want to install Google Voice on your device, click on the link here. This app can be used to communicate with family, friends, and coworkers.