Google is known for its handful of features with the search engine, browser, applications, and more. For those unfamiliar with Google Voice, it’s a telephone service that offers a U.S. phone number to accounts in the U.S. region. Whereas Google Works has a customer base in Canada, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, Google has recently updated its support page that includes users who can place phone calls via Google Voice from their browser.
According to current reports, Chrome, Edge, and Firefox seem to support this limitation. Safari does not currently support it. It will only work on computers, not on mobile devices. Now, if you’re interested to turn on this feature then head over to the web browser > Sign up for Google Voice > You’ll be prompted to allow the service to make calls by clicking on “Allow” in Chrome and Edge. [For Firefox, select “Add Application”].
If you don’t get the prompt then you can check your web browser to ensure the feature is turned on. In the Chrome browser, click on the More icon at the top right side > Go to Settings. Now, head over to Privacy and security > Click on Site Settings > Select Additional permissions > Select Protocol handlers.
If you see voice.google.com is getting displayed under “Tel” that means ‘One-click dialing’ is enabled by default. However, if in case, you’re using any of these two browsers, then you can check out Google’s support page for the specific processes.