After having overcome the mother of all delays, which even led a frustrated yet determined Google to launch an HTML5 web app just for iPhone users,
Google Voice for iPhone has finally made it to the App Store.
The app offers iPhone users a host of features, including cheap international calls, free texts to U.S. numbers, voicemail transcription, ability to display Voice number as caller ID and push notifications. The app requires iOS 3.1 or later.
Apple sparked a controversy when it vetoed the official Voice app for the iPhone and expelled Voice-dependent apps from the App Store in July, 2009. The iDevice maker took 14 months to relent and only approved the app in September.