The tech-giant company Google, recently announced Spaces, an app for Android, iOS, and the web that is intended to make it easier to share, things from the web in group talks.
Google Introduces ‘Spaces’ to Simplify Group Sharing
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Luke Wroblewski, the product director revealed in a blog post that:
“Sharing things typically involves hopping between apps to copy and paste links.”
“Group conversations often don’t stay on topic, and things get lost in endless threads that you can’t easily get back to when you need them.”
To evade all that jumping around, Spaces comes with incorporated Google Search, YouTube, and Chrome, so you will surely never have to leave the app to investigate whatever other people in the conversation are referencing. In terms of interface, Spaces appears relatively like your routine messaging app, but also sees some sway from Google+. But to make it clear, anyone can be invited to a space, according to Google.
“You can create a space with just one tap for any topic and invite anyone via messaging, email, a social network, or whatever way you like.”
The app’s search feature permits you reprimand prior images using some of that Google Photos magic, videos, and comments that have been sent along. Google will be planning spaces for each developer period at I/O, so that should be a decent check of just how sound this idea works in practice.