I use Google Voice primarily for the voicemail features, but I know there are a few of you who may use Google Voice as your primary phone number instead of the one your carrier gave you. Aside from being able to make cheap calls, the ability to organize and filter incoming calls makes Google Voice great. But what if you wanted to “filter” outgoing calls?
While you can already change between using your carrier number or Google Voice number when you make outgoing calls, it’s kind of a hassle to toggle between the two every time you go to make a call. Voice Plus works with Google Voice and allows you to choose which groups in your contact list are called with which number. It’s also useful if you are like Ludacris (pictured above) and have “hoes in different area codes” since you can filter by uh, area codes. With a little phone book management, you can now always display the correct number and/or save money when dialing up those booty calls…errr I mean, business contacts.