Michael Arrington may have his "friends" inside Google but well, that doesn't mean he's the only one who can be one of the "chosen" to be able to use what I am calling GizmoVoice. Reports are that there are a TOTAL of seven copies in use so can you guess who the other five belong to?
The application works flawlessly, and it has amazing sound quality, easily making it a rival to Skype. It works seamlessly too, with your GoogleVoice Account as well. All you do is enter your username and password and calls can be made and received.
More on the experience using it as I work with it over the next few days while traveling, but according to sources that have access to Google's thinking, Larry and Sergey do not want anything that works outside of the Chrome browser, making Google in my mind the next AOL in thought process. Many will recall that AOL only wanted their users to live inside the AOL application and some things, like voice and video clients need to live elsewhere. Very little information exists on the application outside of Arrington's post, and being the holiday weekend, it is doubtful anyone from the big G will be around for a few days. That said, it would be interesting to get an official comment on the software which like other interesting things in the past, have a wonderful way of finding their way here.