The tech giant has been functioning on adding several functionalities to the Phone app.
Google Call: Apparently, Google has now rebranded its default telephone app, and has renamed it to Google Call. The adjust has surfaced by means of an ad on YouTube, but it can not be downloaded at the moment. This is an addition to Google’s app rebranding and makeover exercising which has been taking spot for sometime now. With this adjust, the app’s logo would be changed and it would have the 4 signature colours of Google. Apart from that, it would also have the Caller ID functionality, which would support customers recognize who is calling in case the quantity is not stored in Contacts. Since this function is currently offered in the default Phone app by Google, it appears that Google Call would be a rebranded version of the app.
The adjust was very first noted by a Reddit user who saw the YouTube ad displaying the calling app named Google Call with the Google-coloured icon. While the ad had a hyperlink for the installation of the Phone app, reports have recommended that this could be a rebranding work becoming undertaken by Google Workspace.
The tech giant has been functioning on adding several functionalities to the Phone app, like adding a verified function for small business calls which would also enable the firms to specify the purpose for calling prior to generating the get in touch with.
In October, the search engine giant had stated that it would be rebranding G Suite apps to Workspace, below which Drive, Meet, Docs, Chat, Gmail, Keep and Calendar got updated icons with the Google colours and a related design and style pattern.
If Google Call is, in reality, a rebranding of the Phone app, it would match proper in with these apps. However, so far, there has been no official confirmation for such a program by Google.