Now that Google+ has fully unleashed its Hangouts API to developers, we’re going to start seeing more apps that use the video conferencing platform.
The cooler part about the announcement from Google today is the special apps section, where the company will be showing off some of the more innovative uses for the Hangouts platform, which lets up to ten people talk and chat over video.
One of the apps that is featured is called “Scoot & Doodle” – http://bit.ly/Hk6FKj – and it lets you scribble and draw with a group of your friends. While it’s not a game, it’s definitely a nice white board that lets you do whatever you want, be it help someone with a math problem or start your own game of pictionary.
The cool part about Scoot & Doodle is that multiple people can draw at the same time, which makes a game like tic-tac-toe possible:
By Drew Olanoff – http://bit.ly/zRpM1v ;