Google has officially launched its new voice service called Google Voice.
Google says it will allow users to send and receive text messages and voice messages via the Google Play Store, with the option of sending photos and videos as well.
The new voice platform will allow you to search for photos and video on the web, share them with friends and family, read and reply to text messages.
It’s not a new feature, as Google has long allowed its apps to receive voice commands.
However, the company says it wants to bring this feature to all of its apps, including Google+ Hangouts, Google+, YouTube and Google+ Messenger.
Google will not be able to make the feature work for all of these apps at launch, but will be able add voice support to other apps that already have it.
Google says the feature will work on phones, tablets, computers, and Chromebooks running Android 4.3 and above.
The Google app will be the first to get voice support, which Google says will be rolled out over the next few months.
It seems Google is going to focus on the apps that it deems the most important to users, rather than making the voice service more popular with developers and users.
It also seems that Google will be offering the service to other Android apps as well, like Hangouts and Google+, though we’re not sure exactly how.
Google has been working on a voice assistant for Android for quite some time, but its not been on the Google app in quite some months.
The company announced its Google Voice app at its developer conference earlier this year.