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There haven’t been too many iPhone applications that prompted a federal investigation, but one that did–Google Voice–is now finally available in the App Store.Google announced the availability of the official app today, nearly a year and a half after it first submitted Google Voice to Apple. Apple’s reluctance to approve Google Voice–Google claimed that Apple actually rejected the app while Apple said it was evaluating it–led to an investigation by the Federal Communications Commission into Apple’s App Store approval policies, and a deepening of the rift between the two formerly close partners.Apple relaxed those rules in September, which has led to a number of formerly banned applications making their way onto iOS devices.. Google Voice lets users give out one phone number that can ring multiple phones, and transcribes voice mails. A Web version has been available for the iPhone since January.Google said iOS users have to be running version 3.1 or later, and it’s only available in the U.S.Google+ reportedly hitting 18 million users
Allen, who is unrelated to Microsoft’s co-founder of the same name, does concede that his model for calculating the number of users may have some “weaknesses.” The search giant’s CEO, Larry Page, announced Thursday that the site had captured more than 10 million members at the same time that Allen’s research showed a total of 13 million.”I suppose my model could be overstating the actual user count by 30-35 percent,” Allen said in his Google+ post. “But if Google+ actually hit 10 million a day or two before the formal announcement, then my model may still be spot on.”The new iOS app, like its Android counterpart, lets people monitor posts from people they follow, incoming posts from people who follow them, and posts from people located in nearby geographic areas. Users can also send posts to their “circles,” the groups of friends, family, and acquaintances that they can create.The current version of the iOS app works only on the iPhone. iPod Touch and iPad users are out of luck, at least for now.Google spokeswoman Katie Watson confirmed to CNET that the initial version is available only for the iPhone but that “we are working quickly to roll out the Google+ mobile app to as many platforms and devices as possible.” In the meantime, iPad and iPod Touch users can access the site directly via their mobile browser.Updated 10:15 a.m. PTwith comment from Google.Google’s Schmidt: Android is ‘winning that war’ with Apple
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt believes that Android’s war with iOS is just about over — and that his team won.Speaking to Bloomberg in an interview published this morning, Schmidt said Android’s ongoing market-share battle with Apple’s iOS “is of the scale of 20 years ago — Microsoft versus Apple.” He went on to say that in his opinion, “we’re winning that war pretty clearly now.”It might be difficult to argue with Schmidt’s point. Research firm IDC reported last month that during the third quarter, Android shipments accounted for 75 percent of the worldwide market. Apple’s iOS came in second with 14.9 percent share. During the same period in 2011, Android’s share was 57.5 percent ownership, compared with a 13.8 percent share for iOS.Schmidt’s comparison to Windows versus OS X might also be appropriate. Windows was able to dominate the operating system market because a slew of vendors were bundling the software in their products. Apple, meanwhile, kept OS X for itself, and only used the software on its own products.A similar scenario plays out in the mobile market. There are countless Android-based devices hitting store shelves each year, but there are far fewer iOS-based products.Schmidt didn’t focus his interview only on Apple competition. In a brief mention of Facebook, the Google chairman said he believes Google+ is a “viable competitor to Facebook.”IDC