Google is reportedly testing out a new Hangouts experience, complete with Chatheads-like floating icons.
Google has announced it is adding Hangouts as part of the Google Apps for Business experience, also removes G+ account requirement for enterprise users with a Google Apps for Business account.
We’ve already knew that some sort of integration is in the pipeline, but now we have the clearest proof yet in the form of an unfinished feature that can be accessed via a debug menu in the Hangouts app.
It’s update Wednesday and not only is Google Hangouts pushing out a small update, Google Drive is receiving an update as well. The latter of these is more than just bug fixes, with at least a few noticeable changes.
A new Google Hangouts update is rolling out bringing a unified SMS block list, as well as custom ringtones for contacts.
According to Google’s Product Forums, Google has found a fix for the Hangouts 2.1+ battery drain issues, though no word on exactly when this fix will arrive.
An extension of the usual IP-based chatting service, stickers have grown in popularity among mobile users, especially with the rise of cross-platform apps like LINE and Viber and even Facebook Messenger. Google’s own Hangouts service was actually late in the game, only introducing stickers in late February this year in its iOS release. Even with stickers support on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Hangouts for Android, and even on desktop, are still lacking in this department. Users could only send the usual emoticons and smileys, but not the bigger, more interesting, stickers. An app, Stickers for Hangouts, addresses this deficiency…
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