Google is planning to unify its various messenger platforms under the single platform ‘Babble’, according to a new report.
Technology blog Geek reports that the platform unites Google Talk, Hangout, Voice, Messenger and Chat for Drive. It will mean users will be able to interact and share data in a unifying move called rumored to be called Babble.
According to Geek.com, “You can share photos in chat windows just like you would in G+ Messenger and start a Hangout with anyone in your contact list."
“Moving forward, the individual services will all be pushed onto the single platform, and you'll be able to use the same chat window across all of Google's products with the same features available everywhere. It's not so much releasing a new product as it is pulling together all of the existing products under a single branding.”