Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 28th Jul 2009 06:13 UTC
Apple The news just broke that Apple has rejected the official upcoming Google Voice application, and stopped distributing the third party "GV" application, an app that was previously authorized. Read on for a quick commentary, from the point of view of not an Apple or Google fangirl, but from someone who genuinely appreciates VoIP SIP (even if Google Voice itself is not VoIP, read on). For those who have read my blog over the years, would probably remember my VoIP-related rants since 2005. UPDATE: A more direct, more personal, reply from me to Apple and AT&T.
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Not if you dont have a Mac as far as I know...but then again one could buy the OS and install it in a vm and then download xcode in there and work through a vm but its not free because you have to shell out some cash whereas Android truly is free.

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chrish Member since:

It's free, it costs $0. Only running on OS X is irrelevant unless you don't have a Mac. ;-)

Android is definitely the most accessible to any developer though, assuming their dev environment will run on Windows, OS X and Linux. Bet they don't support my FreeBSD system though. *sob*

- chrish

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