I can’t wait until my iPod touch/Mifi  is my only phone. This is another step in that direction.

Google today announced Google Voice for iPad and iPod touch as well as some significant updates.  No VoIP gateway yet, but you know it is coming.

What’s New in Version 1.1.0.636

* Support for iPod Touch * iPod Touch and iPhone can now make calls using Click2Call * Do Not Disturb setting * Text forwarding is automatically disabled when registering for Push notifications * Added Text forwarding setting to the app * Easier to make calls from the phone Address Book * Removed annoying OK dialog every time you send an SMS * Fixed crashes caused by text messages that begin with a space character * Fixed bug that caused the entire Inbox to load * Fixed bug that caused Contact pictures to get mixed up * Improved access to Contact groups * Improved speed of Contact search

The Google Voice app is available to download from the Apple App Store today. You’ll need an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with iOS 3.1 or later and a valid Google Voice account to use the app. At this time, Google Voice is available in the U.S. only.

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