Well, I might be a little late to the party, but I've discovered just how useful web apps have become. I used to use only native apps, but lately I've discovered how great web apps are, especially when it comes to syncing between Ubuntu, Windows, and Android.
I'm currently using Feedly, Google Docs/Drive/other services, Evernote Web, and a bunch of others.
I just built an app, Messaging + Google Voice. It's the native Android messaging application with Google Voice capabilities. It will allow you to send and receive Google Voice and carrier messages within the same application.
Hi guys. Sorry if this thread already exists somewhere, but forum search only found he Google Now on ice cream sandwich thread. So, and to everyone who has now/new voice search on their device, what are your thoughts?
For a long time I used Google Voice for voicemail only (even though I had a phone number assigned for the account). At that time I had conditional call forwarding on my cell phone setup to forward to Google Voice, had my cell phone listed as a forwarding number, and Google Voice set to send calls made to my cell phone directly to voicemail.