Google-voice-java - An Unofficial Java API for Google Voice

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The goal of this project is to bring programmatic control of Google Voice to Java Developers. This includes Placing Calls, Sending SMS messages, and viewing Inbox, Voicemails etc. This project is similar to pygooglevoice.



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