Google Talk?

Google Talk? What's this? Is Google getting in on the Internet telephone rage? Yes they are! The research giant now provides a beta version download of Google Talk at no charge.

Google Talk allows users to IM or make calls on the Internet using a microphone, speakers and PC, again; totally free. The new Google software can be saved by a person with Windows 2000 system or later.

Of-course it is possible to only call or IM other people who have saved the Google Talk application. Visit this website to discover the reason for this concept. Both parties must have a Gmail account to log onto the Google Talk messenger.

Those that do not have a Gmail account may obtain an invitation via mobile-phone. People that don't have a cell-phone should have some one having an account deliver a Gmail invitation.

Google has made it fairly convenient to incorporate people to the contacts listing of the messenger. Invitations are sent immediately from the messenger or from the user's Gmail account. To research additional information, consider taking a peep at: . There is no limit for the amount of people it's possible to have on the contact list.

With that said, I made a decision to give Google Talk a spin myself. I found out about by searching Yahoo. The UI is easy to understand and use, with Internet calling, instant messaging, e-mail, and obviously, Google search. There are no ad's to litter the Interface, that is refreshing. Browsing To probably provides aids you should use with your mom.

An individual control's again are pretty cut and dry, it is a little plain looking, however; this in my opinion add's to it's functionality. Besides a lack of ad's, the thing new about this is the fact it's from Google.

All in all, Google Talk is just a pretty good messenger. If you've a distaste for banner ad's or pop up's every time you start your messenger, 'Gary' Talk should really be a pleasant change of speed..