The next time we are in a babbling mood, Google would like us to be doing so via its Babble service, which is nothing but a grand amalgamation of all its diverse messenger platforms now in operation. These include the likes of Google Talk, Google+ Messenger, and Google Voice. This should help the company put up a better competitor to the likes of the BlackBerry Messenger or the iMessage, with each having a better fan following than any of Google’s chat services taken alone. Quite expectedly, Google will offer better service with a more refined user experience. Sources are claiming users will be able to share pictures on the chat window. Another unique quality of babble will be that it will allow the user to start a hangout with anyone on their contact list, and users can be rest assured their conversation will be threaded across all the services.
There are no release dates made available as yet though.
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