Super helpful addition to Google Voice As others have stated the UI is a little dated and it takes a bit of logic to understand the settings. It's like this: If you want to use GV for most of your calls then uncheck Main Number is Default and set up a group in GMail called No Googe Voice (or something) and select that as Main Group Name. Then add all contacts you don't want to use GV for to that group. On the other hand: If you want to use GV for only a few contacts then select Main Number is Default and set up a group called Google Voice and select that as GV Group Name. Then add your contacts to that group.
Contact sees main caller ID. I installed this on my Nexus 5 with Lollipop. Setup is simple enough. Added a GV group with contacts I wanted only to see my GV number. When I tested it on a friends phone, a pop up says "Using Google Voice", cool! But on his phone, it shows my mobile number. If I set GV to use GV for all calls instead, he sees my GV number. This app doesn't do what it's supposed to do.
Issues with no menu button workaround A little confusing at first, but works as intended and does what i need. If you don't have a menu button, go to your phone settings and look for accessibility options. There should be one to put on-screen buttons including the missing menu one (3 vertical dots). Open the app, press the menu button, and you're good to go!
Great app that provides just what was missing for Google Voice users! Works well. Sometimes I encounter a strange behavior where the phone uses Google Voice to call someone who is not designated (by group or area code) to be called via Google Voice, but I'm not sure why that is. Other than that, the app works really well. Thank you for writing it and making it available for FREE!
Came Thru Like A Champ Was trying to setup multiple profiles on TBacUp to no avail but after searching on the subject came across this app and another similar one mentioned in the comments section. Try both of em and the other app, name not worth mentioning, was no where close to this app. Remember to get the 2.0 version.
Really need to fix for modern phones Only supports devices with hard menu keys or default onscreen menu keys. Devices such as the S7 and S7 Edge (2 of the most popular phones on the planet) are not supported. Working around this through accessibility settings is a pain and breaks other,more important functionality. Too bad, I liked the app on my Note 4. Would be happy to use it if the dev added on screen navigation to the app.
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