Report: Google Android M Supports Visual Voicemail

16 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Android M Update – A Visual Voicemail Added To Dialer App.

Alas, most of these carrier-built apps are buggy garbage. (* the exception, of course, being if you use a Google Voice number — then you get visual voicemail provided by Google within the Google Voice app.

But most people don’t use Google Voice.) They’re providing infrastructure for carriers to include voicemail text transcriptions (a la Google Voice) if they support such things — though, as it stands, none of their partner carriers actually do. Thought-leaders from the biggest brands and most disruptive companies will share winning growth strategies on the most pressing challenges marketing leaders face today.

Alas, T-Mo is the only US carrier mentioned thus far as being supported — which means AT&T, Sprint, Cricket, etc. users might be stuck on third-party apps for a bit longer. Visual voicemail lets you see and play back your voicemail messages without having to dial up your carrier’s voicemail system, and wait through all the prompts.

Each of these cards have their own volume and other buttons which will give you full control , plus there are some links that allow you respond instantly to your voicemails through a short message or even a phone call. Android M also features improved app permissions (Allow Facebook to access your microphone?), a deep sleep mode to save battery life, and native support for Android Pay and the fingerprint reader authentication that goes with it. So, if you have a SIM card in your phone, you will be able to use the feature whereas the others will be on hold until the mobile carriers include the support for this visual voicemail feature.

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