Talk.to is an instant messenger client for you to chat with your friends on Facebook, Gtalk or Pingpong from anywhere. This cross-platform tool supports Windows, Android, iPhone and as well as for Mac and Linux tool with a Chrome extension. With it, you can open a chat window with your contacts without having to access the pages of services, from the desktop of your computer. It is not necessary to have an account of the program, but the services you want to use through it. Talk.to is a good application for you to have a conversation with the contacts of the supported services without having to stay on their page. In the case of Gtalk, it represents a window well organized and more user friendly than that integrated with Google Mail. The emoticons are limited, but the same would happen if you used the original window in Gmail. The same goes for Facebook, Gtalk in, you can still open a new window in chat, something that is not possible in the social network. The screen is bigger and is much more organized in case you're talking to more than one contact at a time. They are not "tiny" and a number representing the messages, but are displayed on each tab in a screenshot. More to read.
Another cool idea is the fact that you can send messages to friends on Facebook and not only talk via chat (as well as in our own service). The major limitation of the program lies in the fact he only allow connection to an application at a time. It would be even more interesting if you could keep services connected simultaneously, even on separate screens. Although Talk.to retrieve the photograph that you use the original service to chat, you can edit your profile, including adding another picture. The program is entirely in English, but the interface is friendly, and well-organized and offering only the necessary buttons for the functions performed, which makes its use simple.
Currently chatting on the internet is far more common than through a conventional phone bill.Even though many messengers allow only maintain a "written dialogue", as you are on the computer, is much more practical than meet the two devices. Furthermore, there is always the possibility of maintaining multiple conversations simultaneously. This form of communication has become routine so that various other services integrated internal chat systems (such as Gtalk).However, not all the internal interfaces are optimized or you want to stay in the service page. To meet such needs, there are applications like Talk.to. Basically, it allows you to open a window to chat with your contacts from Facebook, Gtalk or Pingpong. All you need to do is open the program on the desktop and add the desired account.
The operation of Talk.to is quite simple. After installation, you are immediately redirected to a window that lets you add your bills. Then just choose the tab for the desired service (Facebook, Gtalk or Pingpong) and fill with your login information pertaining to him. Note that in the case of Facebook, you are prompted to confirm some permissions. After you connect using a service, see the main screen is filled with your online contacts to the right very similar to Skype.
While the app allows open chat windows in three different services, you can only be with one "active" at a time. That is, if you're chatting with friends on Facebook and wants to get on Gtalk, you must add a Google account and request is made to return the screen to the Gtalk chat.
Talk.to is a nice cross-platform IM client with native application for Windows, Android and iPhone as well as Google Chrome extension for Mac and Linux. It works on Windows, Android 2.2 or later, iOS 4.0 or later and Google Chrome 14 or later.