It seems like a lot of time has passed since Apple rejected the Google Voice app for the iPhone.
The furore raised by the media against Apple's actions back then have now died down and it appears that iPhone users too have learnt to live without Google Voice.
But the company at the center of the controversy in this case still remains optimistic. In an interview to Michael Arrington from TechCrunch at the Crunchies award ceremony, Vic Gundotra, the Vice President of Engineering at Google indicated that the company will ensure that iPhone users get Google Voice "one way or the other".
It is not clear if Vic was referring to the legal battle between the two companies over the rejection of Google Voice app or if this was an indication of Google taking the web app route to bringing Voice to iPhone users. You might remember that developers of VoiceCentral, one of the Google Voice based iPhone apps that was rejected last year have indicated that they shall be launching a web app version of their service soon.
What do you think? Would you rather wait till an iPhone app for Google Voice is launched or would you like a web app version of this sooner? Tell us in the comments.
[via Venture Beat]