Today exactly one week ago Google released the second preview of Android M, its next operating system for mobiles. This second version of test brought with it a good repertoire of developments of which I spoke shortly after a large post, but even today We are still discovering some new details We had gone unnoticed.
Voice mail can be very useful to certain people who are waiting for a call or for those who want to deliver a message even if your receiver is not available. Unfortunately manage them in the phone can be complicated, something that will change with a next version of Android which seems to have found a solution.
And this solution is none other than normalize them and integrate them into the implementation of calls, so when we enter it and press on a specific tab, as we see in the header image, voice messages we have left will appear listed in comfortable cards that we will be playing one by one.
In addition, these cards include options such as of call who has left the message, create a new contact with your number or add it to an existing one, or even just send you an SMS response. Obviously, we will also have controls to play the voicemails, change volume, or eliminate them.
In this way Android wants control of voice messages not to be in the hands of operators, but users, and normalizes its use by integrating them into one of the Basic applications of the operating system. Do you want to use voice messages? Do if yes, you think this novelty?
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