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If you have been looking for an option to have your voicemail in text form, and have no interest or desire to change over to Google Voice, Yap has come to your rescue.  This application will allow users to quickly at a glance read their voicemails in text form, instead of having to dial in and listen to the message. Some key features of this application include:

  • Quickly Read Voicemail Messages: Yap Voicemail lets users glance at their Android phones to quickly preview messages and determine whether they require immediate attention. In addition, users are able to check their voice message in situations like business meetings or loud settings where listening to messages is not practical.
  • Find Important Messages Quickly: Instead of listening to each message until finding that critical piece of information, Yap Voicemail lets users type in a few keywords that describe what they are searching. Yap Voicemail displays transcriptions of all of the voice messages that match.
  • Reply Using Email and Text Messages: Just because someone called and left a message doesn’t mean a return phone call is required. Thanks to reply functionality that is integrated with Android’s native SMS and email, Yap Voicemail lets users conveniently and quickly respond to voicemail messages via a text message or email.

If you have been looking for a great way to get your voicemail in a text format, you will not want to delay any further and head into the Android market and pick up Yap Voicemail. Download links after the break.

yap

If you have been looking for an option to have your voicemail in text form, and have no interest or desire to change over to Google Voice, Yap has come to your rescue.  This application will allow users to quickly at a glance read their voicemails in text form, instead of having to dial in and listen to the message. Some key features of this application include:

  • Quickly Read Voicemail Messages: Yap Voicemail lets users glance at their Android phones to quickly preview messages and determine whether they require immediate attention. In addition, users are able to check their voice message in situations like business meetings or loud settings where listening to messages is not practical.
  • Find Important Messages Quickly: Instead of listening to each message until finding that critical piece of information, Yap Voicemail lets users type in a few keywords that describe what they are searching. Yap Voicemail displays transcriptions of all of the voice messages that match.
  • Reply Using Email and Text Messages: Just because someone called and left a message doesn’t mean a return phone call is required. Thanks to reply functionality that is integrated with Android’s native SMS and email, Yap Voicemail lets users conveniently and quickly respond to voicemail messages via a text message or email.

If you have been looking for a great way to get your voicemail in a text format, you will not want to delay any further and head into the Android market and pick up Yap Voicemail. Download links after the break.

yap

If you have been looking for an option to have your voicemail in text form, and have no interest or desire to change over to Google Voice, Yap has come to your rescue.  This application will allow users to quickly at a glance read their voicemails in text form, instead of having to dial in and listen to the message. Some key features of this application include:

  • Quickly Read Voicemail Messages: Yap Voicemail lets users glance at their Android phones to quickly preview messages and determine whether they require immediate attention. In addition, users are able to check their voice message in situations like business meetings or loud settings where listening to messages is not practical.
  • Find Important Messages Quickly: Instead of listening to each message until finding that critical piece of information, Yap Voicemail lets users type in a few keywords that describe what they are searching. Yap Voicemail displays transcriptions of all of the voice messages that match.
  • Reply Using Email and Text Messages: Just because someone called and left a message doesn’t mean a return phone call is required. Thanks to reply functionality that is integrated with Android’s native SMS and email, Yap Voicemail lets users conveniently and quickly respond to voicemail messages via a text message or email.

If you have been looking for a great way to get your voicemail in a text format, you will not want to delay any further and head into the Android market and pick up Yap Voicemail. Download links after the break.


 

 
There are 17 comments

etnpnys says:

Did my browser just load triple the information here or was there a post error?

Anyway - I don't understand why it's not for Sprint... ? Or is it, but we just have better options?

There is one post for each carrier. Lol

bstringy says:

I believe Sprint charges 25 cents per call to forward calls to another voicemail system. Why? because they deduct minutes for listening to voicemail. If they let voicemail out, revenue drops. This makes me question the Google Voice agreement. The gotchas have yet to be uncovered.

PHADE says:

Sprint ONLY Charges For Regular Call Forwarding NOT Conditional Call Forwarding.

Regular: When Someone Dials Your Mobile Number And You Assigned It (Forward) To Ring A Different Number.

Conditional: A 3rd Party Picks Up Your No Answer, Busy Calls (In Other Words: Your Voicemails)

everyday17 says:

Sprint eliminated the fee to forward calls if they are going to Google Voice soon after it was released.

RAPTOR0065 says:

I've been forwarding calls to YouMail for the past two years because I don't want to use Sprint's voicemail system. They have never charged a dime.

mustangboy88 says:

Been using Google Voice,through an invite,since the release of the Moment and have never been charged.

packisback says:

Has anyone who has used Google voice tried this? Google voice is not very good at transcribing my voice mails to the point that some of them are incoherent.

awperk says:

I use google voice and i'm planning on giving this a try because GV gets maybe 4 words correct on a 30 second voicemail. Another problem with GV is that the volume of audio playback is inaudibly low.

flashpiti says:

Third time's the charm huh?

score! hope this is better than G-Voice.

update: tried it--actually pretty good. def keeping it instead of paying for Verizon's Visual Enhanced Voice Mail...seriously...

VZW Navigation & Visual Voice Mail--no thank you. there are apps for that :)

darrylmendo says:

Please post if any finds that this transcribes messages better than google voice. Thanks in advance =)

El Jefe says:

It's a free app. Why not try it and judge for yourself?

harle83 says:

No love for those of us who own Sprint Phones?

packisback says:

Has anyone else noticed the notifications for a new voice mail don't seem to work or if they do it takes longer than 15 minutes to get one.

DuncIT says:

I can't get it to run / install on my AT&T Atrix. I keep getting an invalid MMI code message when I try to enable it. Anyone else?

pank says:

Actually a really cool app. Gave it a few test V'mails last night and it worked perfectly on my DX. Also really like the look and feel of the app.