There’s an app I’ve always had on Android that I recently realized I’ve been taking for granted - a voicemail app, or Visual Voicemail as it’s currently called. This let’s me check my voicemails, delete and save, etc. without having to call my own phone number, put in a password, and listen to the audio menu to do anything.
I hadn’t thought about it until today that this won’t be an option when I get my Librem 5 and I’ll have to call in to check voicemails. I can live with this but it’s not ideal.
I’m assuming the app is specific to my carrier (AT&T), but does anyone know much about how these apps work? Are there voicemail APIs that can be used to create voicemail applications for Linux desktop, aka Librem 5?
Or is this hopeless, and doing this sort of thing is locked down by the carrier?