The company announced the release of its new chat app, Google+ Chat, in January.
At the time, it touted that the new feature would allow users to talk and collaborate with each other at a faster pace.
However, Google has since revealed that the app does not include any support for live chats, meaning it is currently only available in the beta version.
The app is also limited to only 50 users per day, meaning there’s not a lot of room for people to connect and interact.
This is the first time Google has officially made a chat app available for Android, and it’s likely that other Android OEMs will follow suit.
Google+ has been an open-source project since 2014.
Google’s new chat client is an early preview of what could be a future product.
Google also said that the chat app will be open-sourced, meaning anyone can contribute code to the app.
Google has also said in the past that it plans to roll out chat functionality to Google+ Hangouts in the coming weeks.