Several months after the iPhone X’s release, Google has finally updated its Voice application to support the new screen resolution.

This means Google Voice is no longer letterboxed on the iPhone X and makes use of the all-screen display. Today’s update brings Google Voice to version 2.13.

Google has slowly but surely been updating its applications for iPhone X. However, a notable outlier would be Google’s email client, Inbox, which has yet to be updated to support iPhone X.

Aside from iPhone X support, the app says it’s been able to squash some bugs and improve performance.

  • iPhone X support
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Google Voice is a free app on the App Store.


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