As you may recall, last summer Apple rejected Google's iPhone application submission for their Voice product. They did the same with the Google Latitude app, but Google got around that with a web app.
Now, Google Voice is getting the same treatment with a brand spankin' new web app. The app was developed for HTML5 compatible devices - which includes the iPhone as well as Palm's platform.
The calls are still placed through the iPhone's native dialer, but a local Google number is called first. This allows Google to keep the costs low. Google Voice is free with the exception of International calls which they offer at a super low price.
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