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However, Apple rejected the app, much to the chagrin of many users. In fact, Michael Arrington of was so mad that he actually called AT&T and canceled his contract, he’s not the only one. These kind of draconian moves (which Apple is somewhat known for) may be the biggest argument for using an alternate smart phone like the Pre or an android based phone. No worries though, Google has a solution for all you Apple fan boys, they are going to develop a web based application that will allow you to do basically the same thing. As the New York Times reports:

“Google says it is readying a replacement for the Google Voice app that will offer exactly the same features as the rejected app—except that it will take the form of a specialized, iPhone-shaped Web page. For all intents and purposes, it will behave exactly the same as the app would have; you can even install it as an icon on your Home screen.”

Sounds like a good work around to me. They give users the same functionality and at the same time they basically give Apple the middle finger. It will be interesting to see how this all plays out. Apple makes very high quality products, but in the end, if they are not careful, Google is going to win for the simple reason that they are much more open then anyone else. Good on ya Google for finding the work-around.

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