Android fans may like to tease Apple users for only recently implementing certain features they’ve had for a while, but one place Google has lagged behind Apple is native visual voicemail, which iPhones have supported since the original 2007 model. Android M will finally catch up. According to Android Police, the next version of Android will finally bake the functionality right into the OS. There’s a caveat, however, as carriers need to individually implement support for Google’s service themselves. So far only T-Mobile in the US and Orange in France appear to have signed up, although there’s still plenty of…

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