Locale GTalk Plug-in Full

Locale GTalk Plug-in Full


With this plug-in for Locale you can automatically change your status and status message in Google Talk. For example when you are at work, you can set your status to Busy with the message "@Work".

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* This is a plug-in. It requires Locale from the Android Market.

* 15 minutes refund policy is too short to test this app. You can refund this app any time by sending me you order id by e-mail.

Recent changes:
* Added support for Locale 2.0
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$1.37
85
4.3
User ratings
12
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
291 kb
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About Locale GTalk Plug-in Full
With this plug-in for Locale you can automatically change your status and status message in Google Talk. For example when you are at work, you can set your status to Busy with the message "@Work".

* No ads!

* This is a plug-in. It requires Locale from the Android Market.

* 15 minutes refund policy is too short to test this app. You can refund this app any time by sending me you order id by e-mail.

Recent changes:
* Added support for Locale 2.0
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 26, 2013
Works great This plug-in works great even if you use the Google Account Authenticator. To make it work with the two step verification process, you have to go into your Google security settings. The easiest way to get there is from your Google+ profile, click the settings drop down and "Settings". Then click "Security", scroll down and click "Manage access" and then type in your Google password. Scroll down and type a name, such as "Locale Gtalk Plug-in", into the box under "Application-specific passwords" and click "Generate password". Next, type this password instead of your normal Google password into this plug-in while setting up a situation's settings. This password will only be shown to you this one time, if you do not copy it correctly you will have to redo this process. If you ever decide to quit using or trusting this plug-in, simply go back to "Settings"->"Security"->"Manage access" and revoke the applications-specific password.
A Google User
Feb 26, 2013
Works great This plug-in works great even if you use the Google Account Authenticator. To make it work with the two step verification process, you have to go into your Google security settings. The easiest way to get there is from your Google+ profile, click the settings drop down and "Settings". Then click "Security", scroll down and click "Manage access" and then type in your Google password. Scroll down and type a name, such as "Locale Gtalk Plug-in", into the box under "Application-specific passwords" and click "Generate password". Next, type this password instead of your normal Google password into this plug-in while setting up a situation's settings. This password will only be shown to you this one time, if you do not copy it correctly you will have to redo this process. If you ever decide to quit using or trusting this plug-in, simply go back to "Settings"->"Security"->"Manage access" and revoke the applications-specific password.
A Google User
Nov 14, 2012
Works great, unless... This plug-in works great unless you use the Google Account Authenticator, then it doesn't work at all. Most people do not use Google's two step authentication process but it would be nice if the plug-in could be updated so that you have the option to create an application-specific password for it.
A Google User
Oct 2, 2011
Broken by latest Locale update Used to work great, recent Locale update broke this plug in. I like that "Busy" is an option.
Brad
Oct 2, 2011
Broken by latest Locale update Used to work great, recent Locale update broke this plug in. I like that "Busy" is an option.