Google Talking App
The Google Talk App for Android and the Google Chat tool in Gmail were discontinued on June 26, 2017, and no longer function. Your Google Apps keeps you in the know about the topics that interest you. Get timely updates and stories about your favorite sports teams, bands, movies, celebs, hobbies, and more, all in one place with the Google App.
Goodbye to the Google Talk app for Windows The Google Talk app for Windows was shut down on February 23, 2015. If you try to use the Google Talk app, you'll see a sign-in error, and we'll send you an email explaining what's happened. To keep chatting with your contacts,.
You can use the same account that you used with Google Talk to sign in to the Hangouts app. Your contacts from Google Talk will show up automatically in the Hangouts app. You can also still connect to Google Talk with, like Pidgin and Gajim. Finding your contacts and history: • People you chat with frequently will appear in the 'Contacts' and 'Recent Conversations' tabs in Hangouts.
• If you can't see a contact, search for their name using the search bar at the top of your contacts list Chord Pickout 3.0 on this page. .. • You can still find your conversation history from Google Talk in your Gmail chat archive..
Call your Gmail contacts Google Talk is more than just a regular chat: you can also make free PC to PC VoIP calls, and even leave voice messages like an answering machine. If your contacts are also using the Google Talk client, you can send files too. Google Talk is a pure and simple instant messaging service, so forget about the smileys on or the stickers on. You can also check your Gmail with a quick access button in the main window.
It's quite handy, especially since you are notified of every new email you receive. The set-up is easy and the configuration settings are basic and simple, including automatic start-up when starting Windows, a display of the contact list, and chat history. You'll also be able to manage blocked contacts, notifications, connection via proxy, audio settings, and the appearance of the chat window. Google Talk uses the Jabber/XMPP open protocol, which means you can also use clients like,,. An old but simple interface Since the development of Google Talk was interrupted in 2007, its interface looks quite old compared to its competitors (Skype,, and LINE). Its simplicity, however, is one of its b est features: the main window only displays your contacts –which you can arrange as you like – as well as a few links to access the settings, your inbox, and the Help page. You can also resize the chat windows to make use of as much space on your screen as you want.