Google Releases Standalone Website For Google Hangouts
Google released a standalone website for communications service Hangouts, providing users with one more option to access the service for sending messages and making either phone calls or video calls.
Hangouts can previously be accessed through a Chrome extension, the Chrome app, Inbox, Gmail and Google+. The addition of the standalone website for Hangouts provides users with a simple and very accessible way to access the service with an easy to remember URL.
Similar to how Hangouts operates in other locations such as Gmail, users can open several conversations at once. Users can also initiate group chats and make video calls through the standalone Hangouts website.
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