Google released its first update since November for the popular Google Voice for Android app. The update is substantial; bringing an improved UI that matches Ice Cream Sandwich, Click-to-Call feature on tablets, asynchronous SMS sending (offline queuing), an official user-feedback menu on each screen of the app, and a new icon.

The Click-to-Call feature that is new on tablets works very similar to the Chrome Extension. Users can press the Click-to-Call button, and select a number that will then be sent to the phone to make a call. No, you cannot actually complete the call on a tablet —sadly. (via Droid Life, Android Central)

You can head over to the Android Market to download the update. We are waiting on the full change log to hit.

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