You can send SMS messages to your contacts’ mobile phones using Gmail Chat. To do so from Gmail:
Enter your contact’s name in the ‘Search or invite friends’ box in Chat, and select Send SMS from the box of options that appears to the right of your contact’s name. Or, if you already have a Chat window open for this contact, just click Options, and select Send SMS.
In the dialog box, enter a phone number in the ‘Send SMS messages to this number’ field. This feature is only launched in selected countries. Click here for the list of supported countries and operators. If you are not located in one of these countries you can still use it, but you won’t see the SMS option in Chat until you enable it manually in the Chat settings page.
A Chat window appears. Just type your message as you would normally. When you hit Enter, the message will be sent to the phone number you entered.
They give 50 Message credit. the exact details are below:
SMS credit is an allocation of SMS (text messages) that you’re able to send to a mobile phone:
Initially, you’re granted a credit of fifty messages.
Every time you send a message, your credit decreases by one.
Every time you receive an SMS message in Chat (for example when a phone user replies to one of your messages) your credit increases by five, up to a maximum of 50.
If your SMS credit goes down to zero at any point, it will increase back up to one 24 hours later. So, you won’t ever be locked out of the system.
Supported mobile operators in India:
All Mobile operators in India are supported for this feature. Initially major operators like Airtel & BSNL were not present. Looks like Google has come to agreement with them and every operator is supported.
What happens when reach the SMS limit:
Keep in mind that if you’d like a higher message credit, you can always send an SMS to your own phone, and then reply to that message multiple times. Every time you send a reply message, your SMS credit is increased by five. Effectively, you’re buying more messages by paying your phone company for these outgoing messages.
A week back, Google Translate had support for only Hindi in Indian languages. Now it has added support for five more South Asian languages: Tamil, Bangla, Telugu, Gujarati & Kannada. Now users can translate from English to Tamil, Tamil to English, Bangla to Hindi, Telugu to Tamil, Tamil to Hindi, Hindi to Tamil or simply put: any combination with the currently supported 63 languages!
Though the translate has issues, it’s still useful when you don’t know a specific language and translate to the language of your choice.
Bollywood music is innate part of our life both online and offline. Thatâ€™s why, every day, millions of users in India use Google to search for their favorite Bollywood songs – latest or classic. Users not only search for songs but also spend quite a bit of time to explore and discover new music on Internet. However this search and exploration has never been an easy thing.
This search engine is useful for listening to legal Bollywood Hindi songs. But, the support for Tamil and other regional sons are not available as they have not signed up with Tamil online music streaming services like raaga.com. This will surely reduceÂ piracyÂ as user will know where to get legal contents instead of downloading from illegal sites.
You can find Hindi Robot songs easily , but not Tamil Endhiran songs! hope things improve in future.