Google I/O 2013: Hangouts now available for Gmail, Android, iOS and Chrome

In Google I/O 2013 event, Google introduces new Hangout app (formly known as Babel) for Gmail, Android, iOS and Chrome.

Hangouts allows users to send text message, share photos , emoji, and make free video calls 10 peoples at once across various devices like computers, Android and Apple.

Hangout for Gmail now available instead of chat service, you can easily switch from chat to new Hangout by simply click on the Try it button next to your chat list. Once you enabled you can see the all your friends profile photos in the order of your most recent conversations. Now you can send messages, make video calls with up to ten people at once, and share photos to your friends directly from Gmail.

Android and iOS users click on the links to download latest Hangout app for your  Android smartphones & tablets and iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices to use above mentioned features such as send text messages, Share photos and make group video calls. The main dis advantage is you cant go to invisible mode into this app. 


There is also Hangout Chrome extension available for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop users. Install the extension,, and use above the features from your desktops.