We've watched with interest as enterprising coders have found ways to make Google Voice even smarter by including location with the service. Basically, it knows where you are and knows not to ring, say, your home phone (yeah, some people still have those) if you're not actually near your house. But one of the more recent examples has involved a bit of work (plus personal server space), and that's a hassle.
But Google Voice Locations promises to do all that in one easy-to-use app. Load it up, tell it where you are, and tell it which phones to ring when you're in a given location -- and which phones not to ring when you're not there. Once you connect it to your Google Voice account, it runs in the background as a service, using the cell towers to determine your location. (GPS is promised in a future update).
Go ahead and give it a shot, and let us know what you think. More screen shots after the break.
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