Google presented its Android One project not long ago, which concentrates on building low cost, robust quality smartphones for the developing world. In those days, the pursuit titan made it really clear that, with assistance from manufacturers, it needed to make an enormous sprinkle in developing markets -, for example, India, where the first Android One devices were uncovered a month ago. At the same time rumors tells Google’s next step is to construct what it couldn’t purchase when it missed out on messaging ruler WhatsApp to Facebook. The Economic Times, a trusted Indian news outlet, is currently guaranteeing the company from Mountain View has begun working at an messaging application of its own that will head to developing markets to begin with, before possibly propelling somewhere else.
Referring to sources acquainted with Google’s plans, The Economic Times says the indicated services will “probably” dispatch in 2015, noting that its still in the early phases of improvement. One key way it may contrast from the current Hangouts services is that it wouldn’t oblige a Google account to login, and dissimilar to WhatsApp, it would be completely allowed to utilize. Attaching the services to Gmail may have helped Google get massaging users in the US, however contending with WhatsApp and its kind (Wechat, Line, Viber) may require more adaptability and backing for distinctive devices.