Gmail Calling

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  1. verean

    verean New Member

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    Is there any way to use Gmail calling on a iPod.
    Like having it as a web app or something?
  2. amandureja

    amandureja New Member

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    just add the website to your home screen...
  3. verean

    verean New Member

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    You dont understand gmail calling does not show up at the gmail home screen.
    Can a app be made where we log in with our id and we can call?
  4. GazaIan

    GazaIan Well-Known Member

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    if you're talking about Google Voice, its only supported from the WebApp. just add it to your home screen from Safari, since the official app was removed from the App Store.
  5. bigjzoo

    bigjzoo Banned

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    gmail calling is not available for iPod. Sadly
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    hoping it will be soon that would be MUCH better!
  7. verean

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    Aww man,
    Well i hope they make a app for that.
    Is it possible for a general developer to make an app from a Google service or would Google themselves need to do it.
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    ydidufail New Member

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    there is an app that has voip no logon required and free i use it a lot (not rly alot but it works) its called icall in the appstore for the free part of it u have to w8 30 secs listening to an ad but its not that bad

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