Gmail services will put in an aspect that let the consumers to call any phone straight from their computers according to Google Inc.
Robin Schriebman, a software engineer at Google, wrote on the company’s blog that ‘you can already call any phone right from Gmail.
Schriebman wrote, they ‘have been trying this aspect within and have discovered it to be helpful in a large number of circumstances, ranging from building a rapid call to a restaurant, to placing a call when you are in an vicinity with very bad reception.’
Xinhua reported, Google will balance out the latest aspect to US-based Gmail consumers over the subsequently few days and is functioning on making it obtainable worldwide.
While Google promised reasonably priced international calls, consumers can call any phone in the US and Canada for free for at least the rest of the year.
Google said that calls to Britain, France, Germany, China, Japan and several other countries will be owed as low as two cents in every one minute.
Gmail previously has a voice and video chat that let the consumers to talk to each other.