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Posts Tagged ‘Smart Phones’
Google Voice is amazing. We’ve been using it for about 2 years now and not sure how to live without it. You get one number to give out. That number will ring any of your predefined other numbers.
Example 1: Let’s say you’re a real estate company. At night you could call forward your main number to your Google Voice number. It would then ring ALL your agents until the first one picked up.
Example 2: Let’s say your organization has an “on call” doctor for emergencies. Instead, use a Google Voice number that rings all doctors at once.
Of course you could simply use for personal use – your number rings your cell, work, house, etc.
Google Voice has been in a closed beta for years now (previously Grand Central). Recently Google opened the doors to allow anyone to join. However, you have to sign up for an invitation. It then takes a few weeks or months to get OK’d by Google. Best part? Google Voice is free!
Google’s Voice Search makes searching the web simple. Even the most novice user can do this. The above video is for the iPhone, but Voice Search is available for BlackBerry, Android, and many other web ready cell phones. After install, speak your search and Google goes to work – easy! A must have.
Ready? Visit www.google.com/mobile or browse from your phone to install.
Don’t have an Internet phone? You can still dial 1-800-GOOG-411 (learn more) for free 411.
In the news…
Google launched a new service called Google Latitude. You can use your computer on iGoogle’s page, or your smart phone (BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, etc) to locate friends, family, employees, or anyone else that chooses to share their location with you.
Privacy concerns? A bit creepy some might say. However, each person you choose to share with has to accept your invitation. Even after that, at anytime you can turn location sharing on or off:
Ready to try?