GVNotifier is a powerful app that brings Google Voice right to your Windows desktop.  Quickly send or receive messages, listen to or read voicemail, connect calls and more.

GVNotifier was featured on LifeHacker in 2009, and 2010. Tons of features have been added since then!


  • GVNotifier is a full-fledged desktop Google Voice Client
  • Google Contacts address book with photos
  • Call History – Missed, Placed and Received
  • Voicemail transcriptions and audio playback
  • Connect calls to your contacts with just a click.
  • Completely free and adware free.

Get GVNotifier

v1.4.3.201 Windows Download Now January 19th, 2014

GVNotifier will auto-update to the latest version if you already have it installed.


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Q: Is GVNotifier portable?
A: Yes, copy the application files from the GVNotifier install loction.  Create a blank text file named settings.xml in the same directory as GVNotifier.net.exe.  GVNotifier will then store all preferences and cached contact photos in the same directory.

Q: What hokeys does GVNotifier support?
A: While on the message window, Ctrl+N will clear the message log, Ctrl+R will check for new messages immediately.  Ctrl+Enter will insert a new line, Escape will close the window.  You may also middle-click the tray icon to check for new messages immediately.

Q: You’ve released a new version, how do I update?
A: Just click Install when you are prompted to after restarting GVNotifier.  If you don’t have GVNotifier installed, you have an old version and should get the newest installer from the top of this page.

Q: Can I use GVNotifier if I am not a computer administrator?
A: Yes, but you will need to have the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5SP1 installed first.  If you don’t have it, you will be prompted to install it before the installer can complete.

Q: GVNotifier has really helped me!  What can I do to help?
A: Donations are always welcome.  Check out the beta group if you’d like to test early builds.