Google has now removed covers from another app named Helpouts, which refers to a marketplace of live video-based help solution. The search engine giant has been working on this project for months.
The company has hired over a 1,000 service providers giving tips on PC repair, yoga lessons, health care facilitation, baking and music instruction, and a lot of more.
People can log in to find a help appointment or get an immediate session. Helpouts is readily available on the Web and Google is also releasing it on the Android platform.
“People at certain times don’t exactly know what questions to ask,” says Udi Manber, VP of engineering at Google.
Helpouts offer the liberty to people to utilize their Web cams or samrtphones to disclose service providers what they are doing at that instant and get live suggestions and tips in a video-interaction session.
Google’s Helpouts solution employs Google+ for login, Google Wallet for cash payments and Google Hangouts for video conferencing.
Helpouts enables people to log in for these services wherever the user may be, with variations in its prices. Google charges 20% of the video interaction and the remaining is taken by service providers.
People who are enthusiastic about shopping can check out prices, ratings, comments, reviews and qualifications for tasks. Google provides a refund guarantee on the services.
Google Helpouts service providers are available upon request only. Service providers can be approached from the U.S., the UK, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Canadian providers will provide their services in both French and English languages.