Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Google+ Finally Opens To the Public, Rely Features Hangout

Google+ finally opened to the public after 12 weeks are in the testing period. Google+ Opening to the public is also coupled with the addition of many features that Google is prepared to compete with Facebook, which has been dominating the social networking.

Despite his traffic could boom after declining to say when in the open on a limited basis, Google is still very optimistic about Google+ and 9 additional new features including an increase in its Hangouts and search.

Google Hangout is now able to be used by up to 10 people simultaneously to do video chat directly from your browser without any additional. There is also a hangout features On Air, which the user can act like a radio broadcaster to record and broadcast their own live recordings. Also there is screen sharing, Sketchpad, and the ability to create documents from Google Docs directly from the Hangout.

Hangout access can be made directly from the smartphone Android 2.3 and above and will be coming soon to IOS-based devices.

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