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to stop Google Talk service permanently
Google launched the G-Tok in 2005
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Google announced on Friday that it will discontinue the Google Talk service in late June, more than a decade after its launch.
The US tech giant said in a blog posting that all Google Talk users will be forcibly transferred to the Hang Kut messaging program as of June 26, 2017.
Google launched Google Talk in 2005, and during the first decade of the new millennium was one of the most widely used IM applications, along with Hotmail Messenger and Yahoo Messenger, and enabled Gmail users to communicate with each other.
In 2013, the company launched the Hangout service as a rich alternative to the latest technology, but Google did not stop Google Talk in Gmail.
Over time, Google has enhanced the benefits of Hangout, including the ability to make group video calls and integrate them with other products.
With the launch of Hangouts Meet and Hang Chat Chat, which bring more improvements to users of Google’s productivity services, the company said, “It’s time to stop Google Talk.”
Google Talk users will receive a notice in the coming weeks that they will be sent to Hang Kots. As of June 26, they will be automatically transferred to Hang Kut, Settings.
Google said that the Google Talk stop will include users of third-party services based on the service, adding the service application on the Android operating system.
Google has a lot of IM application, perhaps more than any other company. The list includes Hangout, Alo, Dowoo, Android Messenger, and Voice.
It is also noteworthy that the company plans to take effect from 22 May next to remove the ability to send and receive SMS messages through the Hangout, so intends in the coming weeks to invite users to find an alternative to it.Viewing:-138
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