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Approaching the end of Hangouts

Google | Dec 7, 2018 | Master3395

Google takes care of the chat service by 2020.

According to sources familiar with Google's plans, Hangouts days will soon be spoken. There are 9to5Google who report this.

It may not come as a big surprise. The service, which came on the market in 2013, has struggled to find itself ever since. That Google now plans to hammer into the last nail in the coffin is a natural consequence of this.

The corporate market in focus
The further development of Hangouts should have stopped a year ago, and since then, the service has lost more features, including the ability to send smses to other users.

9to5Google claims that Google will still keep Hangouts for the corporate market. Thus, it is "common" consumers who will be affected by the Hangouts exits,

It is expected that the closure of the service will take place once in 2020.

Will you miss Google Hangouts?

Keywords: chat, Google, hangouts

Sources: 9to5Google

Author: Master3395

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