The web version of Hangouts, tucked away in the bottom of left-hand corner of Gmail or the right-hand side of Google+, has just received an update that hearkens back to simpler times. Now when a contact is currently available, a green dot is displayed atop their avatar (instead of the green line the web version used to display). It’s not exactly the same green dot that many of us grew accustomed to in the days of Google Talk, but it gets the point across.
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Web Version Of Hangouts Again Shows Green Dot When Friends Are Online, Makes Avatars Round, And Other Things was written by the awesome team at Android Police.