Because the Motorola XOOM doesn’t send and receive calls in the traditional sense, it might not be too surprising that a version of Google Voice enabled for Honeycomb devices was not available from the get-go. But for those who want the same sort of access to their voicemail offered on their Android smartphones and desktop computers, there have been quite a few left disappointed by Voice not working properly on the tablet.
In a Google support thread, it was confirmed that Voice is not compatible with Honeycomb at the moment, but a Honeycomb version was promised for the future. That version is currently in the works.
We suppose we could contrive some sort of conspiracy keeping a service that enables some phone-like features off of a 3G tablet being sold by a wireless carrier, but we’ll save that for those of you in the comments. Anyone feeling the hurt of no Google Voice on their XOOM?