So you scored your invite to mobile Google Voice and you've got an iPhone or Palm Pre - what to do after you've consolidated your phone numbers and had fun learning about the voice mail text/e-mail system? Try it out on MobiOne of course! Using a desktop version of the iPhone or Palm Pre gives you the freedom to manage your mobile account as viewed in Safari or WebOS - MobiOne actually tricks websites into believing they are being accessed by a mobile device, but it's on your desktop. So have fun and enjoy Google Voice using free MobiOne.

MobiOne Using Google Voice

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Posted on Jan 28th 2010