The Verge has reported that Google Voice, that wonderful--trust me, it is--service by Google which allows you to text through the internet, as well as make and receive calls from a single number, is having issues with its texting capabilities. Users on the Google Voice forums have reported that sending a text results in it being sent from a random number.
Not only is every single text sent from a random number, responses sent to those texts never arrive back at the sender. One of the forum comments made the point that now would be the perfect time to do some pranking. This is unfortunate for this to be happening, as it makes texting through Google Voice basically impossible.
The problem occurs both in the Google Voice app, as well as on the website. The good news is that phone calls do not seem to be affected by this bug, so if that's all you use Google Voice for, you can carry on using it as if all was normal. We'll keep you updated as to the cause of this bug, if and when Google comments.
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