Google Voice is a somewhat mature app that does not witness a lot of interface updates. One change in Google Voice for Android currently. One change in Google Voice for Android currently does make it easier to access ongoing calls.
While making a call, Voice for Android has for long generated a constant notification that explains whose number you’re dialing and lets you promptly hang up, whilst a tap opens the call screen within the app. It can’t be removed except when the conversation has ended.
Version 2020.38 adds a mode to “see and access an on-going call whilst navigating the Voice app.” Active conversations obtain a blue bar at the extreme top of the app that discovers who you’re talking to. A click opens the full screen to hang up, access the keypad, and take further actions.
It emerges on all tabs and quicker than swiping down the notification shade. It’s also suitable on top of the unusual instance when the alert goes.
This latest edition of Google Voice with the ongoing call notification has to roll out this week via the Play Store and ought to be generally available. It initially arrived on iOS at the end of last month.
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