GoogSysTray – An app to help manage Google addiction


Googsystray is a system tray app for Google Voice, GMail, Google Calendar, Google Reader, and Google Wave. The idea is to be able to keep track of all that stuff without having to keep a bunch of browser tabs open, or constantly checking them. It notifies on new messages, alerts, etc., and provides basic services quickly.

Googsystray will run on Win2k/XP/Vista/7/etc with no dependencies (self-installing executable), and any Linux distribution with Python and pygtk installed.

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Prepaid International Calling Card December 30, 2009 at 12:02 pm

I love Google Voice. There SMS feature actually got me into it. I am able to send out free text messages to Bangladesh, India, and USA. It saves me some good money on my texting plan from Verizon Wireless because I can utilize that to send now. I think Google always does a wonderful job of giving users what they require and need. I have discovered in the future they are integrating Voice with the Android. Plus they bought a new VoIP company which they will incorporate with the other two to give some quality features. I need to get me a Androind now haha.


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