Getting Started With Google+ Hangouts

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Tips & Tricks for Getting Started with Google+ Hangouts

If you haven’t heard of Google+ Hangouts before, you will want to pay close attention to the contents of this free report. Google+ Hangouts is an easy to use advanced messaging and video chat system. It uses the typical messaging application format and combines it with some great features to make it a frontrunner in online communication.

Hangouts can be used for voice, video, chat, live broadcasts, and even web conferencing. You can use it from pretty much any mobile device you own. All you need is a camera (if you want to be seen) and a microphone (if you want to be heard). The rest is easy enough for even the least tech-savvy person to figure out.

What are the Benefits of Google+ Hangouts?

  • One of the biggest benefits of Google+ Hangouts is the ability to seamlessly start a video chat with up to 10 different people and text chats with MANY more at a time. This capability can take both social conversations and meetings to a new level.
  • You can make live phone calls from your computer. Calls within the United States and Canada are free and other countries are at an incredibly low rate.
  • Google has also created ‘Hangouts on Air’, which is a diverse public video sharing hub where you can both watch and produce content from, or for, other users. And it all ends up right on YouTube!
  • The system works over a variety of formats and easily combines all of your contacts’ information. Hangouts will work not only on any computer that can access Google, but can also function on Android/iPhone phones & tablets. That means that all those contacts on your phone and synced with Gmail are automatically stored for you to make contact with anyone immediately.

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