Last month, Google, Apple and AT&T all handed over statements to the FCC regarding the alleged rejection of Google Voice from the iTunes App Store. Apple claimed that they'd never rejected it to begin with, while Google redacted their one answer that might shed light on things. Well, now Google's dishing the complete letter, which does in fact state that Apple rejected Google Voice from the App Store, as well as Google Latitude, which they worried would replace the core Maps app because it had features Maps didn't. In short, it definitely seems like there's a bad apple in this bunch. [Google Public Policy Blog via Gizmodo]
Google Says Apple Did Reject Google Voice From App Store
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