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On 07/28/2013 09:25 AM, James Knott wrote:
Joel Madero wrote:

I think that free app is closed source though ;)

There's nothing to stop you from using Firefox or other browser. Those dedicated apps are for phones and tablets.

Should have replied all on this :)

To use it on Firefox or the like you still have to install a third party add on through Google - a stock firefox install will not do video or voice and when you go to Google+ it'll ask you to install this add on - which is definitely closed source. For more info:

So for anyone that this is an issue - phone is an option - Google supports LibreOffice quite a bit - possibly most notably through GSoC where they pay students to help get involved with the project - so personally, I use Google extensively and have no qualms about it but I know others are different.


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