Google+ Hangouts App Gets Support for Links, In-App Sounds, More

Posted June 27, 2013 at 1:02am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6443 views

Google has updated its Google+ Hangouts app with support for links, SMS invites, in-app sounds, and more.

Google+ Hangouts brings one-on-one and group conversations to life with photos, emoji, and video calls for free. Connect with friends across computers, phones and tablets.

Features:
-- Say more with photos and emoji.
-- See when people are together in Hangouts, when they’re typing, or whether they’ve seen your message.
-- Turn any conversation into a video call with up to 10 friends.
-- Message friends anytime, even if they're not connected right now.
-- Use Hangouts on computers, phones, and tablets.
-- Hangouts stay in sync across devices so you can start or continue them anywhere.
-- Choose from hundreds of emoji to help you make your point.
-- See what you talked about in the past, including shared photos and your video call history.
-- Get notifications just once. Once you see an alert, you won’t see repeats on your computer.
-- View collections of photos shared from each of your Hangouts.
-- Snooze notifications at times when you’d prefer to be undisturbed by alerts.

What's New In This Version:
-- Support for sending and clicking on links
-- Invite friends to Hangouts via SMS
-- In-app sounds when you receive a message
-- Improvements to badge count behavior
-- Addressed network connection bar weirdness
-- Bug fixes
-- Support for iOS 6.0

You can download Hangouts from the App Store for free.

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galdamita - June 27, 2013 at 1:26pm
@perone I also I have problems, the notification's ballon tells me that I have three unread messages but I went into the app and there is no unread message.
Perone - June 27, 2013 at 1:28pm
@galdamita At least you can get into the app :P
Perone - June 27, 2013 at 11:06am
Is anyone else having problems using this app? It keeps saying that it can't contact the Google Servers. Been that way for at least a month now.
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