AT&T Voicemail Viewer (Home)

AT&T Voicemail Viewer (Home)

By AT&T Services, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2010-10-01
  • Current Version: 1.11.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 6.02 MB
  • Developer: AT&T Services, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 942 Reviews)
  • Price:
AT&T Voicemail Viewer (Home) App Ratings: 2.5
Total 942 Reviews

AT&T Voicemail Viewer (Home) App Description

This app is for AT&T landline voicemail, not mobile phone voicemail. Make sure you have your AT&T home voicemail PIN prior to downloading this app. Voicemail Viewer makes it easier to stay on top of your Voicemail or Unified Messaging voicemail messages directly from your iOS device. Like looking at messages in your email inbox, you can check your AT&T Voicemail messages visually, choosing the order in which you listen to them or even reading your messages as voicemail-to-text. For more information, visit our web site at If you are a Voicemail or an Unified Messaging customer and are having trouble signing into or using this app, please contact us at 800.288.2020 (Voicemail) or 888.300.6500 (Unified Messaging) and be prepared to provide your landline phone number associated with your mailbox, the device you are using to access the app and the problem that you are experiencing.


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AT&T Voicemail Viewer (Home) App Reviews

  • Could be better

    By Neicy Moore
    I like the fact that I can check my voicemails from my phone. That’s very helpful. However, the transcription is horrible! None of the words match ever. It’s also hard to listen to the messages. It’s like the volume is low. If the transcription feature gets better I think the app would be more helpful.
  • Can’t count on it

    By hgfdstuj
    Since ATT upgraded lines in my neighborhood we have had to log in to our landline twice to get the light to stop flashing. I gave up trying to get an Att person to understand the problem. I thought this app might help with that annoyance. It does, I listen to message on app, hit delete and light on my landline goes away! Awesome, one login! However, about half the time I pull the app up it won’t put a curser on the login space so, I can’t even logon on the app. 😬 So it’s back to the landline, login, listen delete, Hangup, login again, listen to it tell me I have have no messages, hang up, watch flashing light go off.😬😬
  • No option for no voicemail??

    By Michelle6382
    AT&T has given me home telephone numbers that have been previously subscribed to someone else twice resulting in NUMEROUS calls a day that are not for my residence. Why isn’t there an option to block voicemails?
  • Works, even though it’s ugly

    By gj352
    The app is perfectly useful. It looks like it was designed for the very first iPhone, so it’s pretty hideous. But don’t let the looks fool you. It works just fine. I do hope their app team gets a little love, or they open the API to let someone else modernize this.
  • Bug with contacts, Odd Layout

    By LadyInJax
    I’m giving this one star in hopes of AT&T developers will take notice. I have all of my contacts saved with country code “1” as a prefix to all phone numbers. Voicemail is not recognizing my stored phone numbers, and not assigning names to voicemails left by my contacts. For example, if my father‘s phone number is (904) 555-1234, I have it stored as 1 ( 904) 555-1234 in my iPhone. This app doesn’t recognize that format and only (904) 555-1234, and displays only the phone number, and not “Dad.” So, none of my voicemails have names assigned visually. Also, the layout of the app is very odd. Play/Pause button is next to the message in the list, but the recording bar for fast forward and rewind are stationary at at bottom next to Call Back and Delete. Besides these issues I am otherwise happy with my app. I like having my voicemail for both my house and my cell in one place, and it’s terrific to see a loose transcript of the message (even if partially inaccurate) without having to audibly listen to the entire message, when I might otherwise be unable to do so at that time. (I.e. I am in a meeting at work.) An aside and plus for this system is that I can log in on my computer and save the messages on my computer as audio files. I saved a message from my deceased mother, and it was priceless. I will improve my rating from one star when the layout is improved and the issue of recognizing contacts is resolved.
  • Works fine

    By Butxy70
    Had this on my phone worked great. Lost my phone and got a replacement phone voicemail stopped working. Support (Ben) spent quite awhile working to get it working again and succeeded. A few days later voicemail stopped again. Support tried again but we couldn’t get it to work. Contacted AT & T spent over 1 1/2 hrs and two techs finally got it working. Was a phone problem and not Virtual Voicemail program. Working great again !
  • Behind the Times

    By mbdossett
    Fine if you want to check land line messages from a digital device, but lacks functionality found in Comcast’s Xfinity Connect app. With XC I could receive texts to my land line as well as make and receive calls from my iPad. I feel as if I’ve taken a step backward by switching to AT&T—at least in regard to this aspect of digital service.
  • Terrible

    By Stitch2001
    Never can get it to work. Downloaded it many times.

    By Wolvetx
    App used to be great but now does not notify of messages so has become useless. Only reason for one star is that I cannot give ZERO.
  • Limited product

    By ReggieSmith
    App needs an update to provide basic functionality such as a bulk delete. Additionally, and this might require a back-end update, moving a vm to the DELETED folder should trigger an automatic permanent delete within a configurable time period. As it stands now, you must 1st delete from the inbox and THEN delete from deleted items folder or the messages continue to hold up space. Finally, enabling the ability to allow your mailbox to purge the oldest message upon a new message arrival (when mailbox is full) would be a good option as well.