The Google Hangouts messaging app, rumored for a while, has been announced at Google I/O 2013. More details in the rest of the post.
New images suggest that Google Babel will be indeed called Hangouts, with the unified messaging service said to be unveiled at Google I/O. Check out the pictures!
New Google Chat desktop notifications show a Google+ Hangouts name, thus apparently confirming that the rumored Google Babel service would be called Hangouts. Read on to see screenshots!
What of Google+ hangouts? Is this new messenger function somehow being rolled into that service? It could be a good idea, since both are ways to stay connected, but unlikely that Google would have two services with the same name.
What do you think? Is ‘Hangout’ better than ‘Babel’?
Google has been making some positive comments about Facebook Home, these seem strangely odd, first because many users are being quite negative about Facebook Home, and second because you don’t see Google making the same comments about HTC Sense, TouchWiz or Amazon’s UI on the Kindle Fire. So what is Google up to?
Google Babel is an upcoming unified messaging system set to replace Talk. We’ve covered many stories on the chat service, and leaked source code reveals an “Upgrade” to Babel.
The biggest news this week in the Android world is the latest version of the Google Play Store. All this and more on this weeks show.
More details emerged about Google’s upcoming unified messaging service. An alleged internal Google memo revealed some of the features of the app, as well as which services would be merged into Babel.
A WhatsApp exec told a publication that the company isn’t selling to Google, thus denying recent reports that suggested the Search giant would be paying around $1 billion for the popular messaging app.
Google Babel is said to replace Talk and new web screenshots could be the real deal. Babel chat will feature an upgraded design, including photo sharing.