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star star star star starSo convenient! Long time user. Love it because I'm so visual. Would love it more if I could get text instead of voice without being charged, but it's still pretty cool.
star star star star starSuper App for Free It could be a little easier to set up and on occasion it can act a little buggy. Not one thing in particular, just occasionally a random thing decides not to work. I'm a part time comp programmer though so it's never something I have too much difficulty with. As a user of Pay As You Go through AT&T it's a must have app. We prepaid users don't have access to the "fancy" voicemail scroller that all the regular contract people have were by they can scroll through and pick which VM they'd like to listen to right on their screen. On prepaid it only allows you to dial your voicemail and listen to all the messages like its still 1995 ( I know what a baby I am! ;) I would argue that YouMail is actually a huge improvement over the simple interface that comes with the contract iphone. All in all I'm greatly pleased with the app and after this most recent update its made huge strides in becoming a more cutting edge and intuitive app. If you are on prepaid or a contract there's really no excuse for you to put it off any further. Download this app right now! As a small postscript...why would anyone sign a two year contract anymore. I pay $65 a month with at&t for unlimited talk, text and 2.5 gigs of data (which should be more than enough for the average person combined with generally available wifi) and the exact same services with a two year contract would cost me $90-$110 a month! Yes you have to pay out of pocket for the phone but you can always find one on the cheap through Craigslist or the like. Or if you're lucky someone will just pass you down their old one. I've already had two 4s given to me. With the advent of tmobile and virgin mobile theres simply no longer an excuse to let the cell companies gouge our bank accounts with the standard two year contract. They've been doing prepaid in Europe and Asia for a decade already and I thank god we've finally sort of caught up. If you do the math even having to buy a brand new iPhone 5 at $599 you STILL save $100's over the course of two years when using any one of the many prepaid services out there now. Thanks for indulging me. Sorry I went on such a rant about phones. All better now ;)