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– And Google Voice barely works on the iPhone, because Apple is still “looking into” the Google Voice application. Another good reason to go with Android.
– I don’t see why this is a big deal. The “Guidelines” are so vague they can be interpreted any way that Apple sees fit. It changes nothing. If you want to spend your developement money wisely, go Android.