On Thursday, Google began issuing invitations for Google Voice to those who have expressed interest. Google Voice is built with technology obtained through its 2007 acquisition of Internet telephony company GrandCentral.
The new application can get transcripts of your voicemail and archive and search all of the SMS text messages you send and receive, according to the company.
The company's online voice mail and call management system started to sends out invitation prepping out for its release sooner.
Google Voice product managers Craig Walker and Vincent Paquet wrote in a blog post that the company is happy to share that Google Voice is beginning to open up beyond former GrandCentral users.
If you requested an invitation on the Google Voice site or previously on GrandCentral, keep your eye out for an invite e-mail,” they wrote.
As of now, Google hasn't yet release specific date for the product release.