Now that Apple has relaxed its restrictions on third party apps for the iPhone, Google is hoping to get its Google Voice mobile app back into the App Store after a rather public rejection last year which resulted in Apple removing third party Google voice apps.

Developer Sean Kovacs submitted a Google Voice app yesterday. He says he expects it to be approved within about 2 weeks and that the app will cost $2.99 — although there will also be a free version for customers who purchased the previous version, before it was pulled by Apple.

Unfortunately, like Google Voice itself, the GV Mobile + app will only only officially supports US customers, although Kovacs says there will be a version available in the Canadian App Store for users who want to jump through some hoops to get Google Voice working in Canada.

You can check out a few more images of the app after the break.

via All Things Digital

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