This is long overdue. But I'm very grateful that it's finally here. I finally have MMS support in my Google Voice number from more than 90% of my phone contacts!!
When your sister texts you a picture of your newborn niece, it’s really important that you get it. For too long, however, Google Voice users would miss these messages for lack of MMS support.
We’ve been working with nearly 100 different North American carriers to enable this feature — including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers, Telus, and many more — and starting today all these integrations are live. So enjoy those incoming pics, say goodbye to fomo (fear of missing out), and stay tuned for more Google Voice messaging improvements!
p.s. If you’re a carrier, and you want to enable MMS support for Google Voice, please let us know. We’re big fans of text messaging interoperability.
But this one let you choose your criteria.
That doesn't really make a difference, but it's funny and the interface is nice !
The way I see it, Microsoft should be very grateful that Google is doing such a difficult testing for them, and users should be grateful that Google is trying to make computing safer.
Instead I see people complaining because Google doesn't give Microsoft enough time to fix their bugs.
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