A week ago, I shared an Adobe AIR app that let’s you have Google Wave on your desktop.
Here’s another app that I have found to bring Google Wave to your desktop, but unlike Waver, this one is only for Mac OS X users.
When going through waves, you must have come across certain waves that use extensions within them.
Any installable extension is displayed within a wave by a puzzle piece that describes what it does. And you can install them by simple clicking the Install button.
Google Wave lets you add gadgets and tools to your waves making them interactive and more useful.
Adding gadgets to your waves is very easy. At first, I had some difficulty in finding the procedure out, but once followed the right steps, it becomes a piece of cake!
I hope you liked my previous articles/tips on Google Wave, which were how to add Wikipedia in Google Wave and how to find your wave ID.
Google Wave experience is still being quite boring and useless. The web interface also has some glitches, which I’m sure would be fixed as time passes because Google Wave is still in beta preview.
Google Wave is getting lots of tools and gagdets day by day. Some works by simply adding the app contact in your friends list and others by different methods.
Some Google Wave tools also use your wave ID to work.If you are looking for a way to find wave ID, then remember, it’s a bit tricky way to find it.
It’s been more than a week since I got my Google Wave invite, but seriously, I still haven’t figured out what to do in there. It totally seems like over-hyped. Of course it could be very useful in future, but with around only 20 friends in my contact list, it isn’t!
I further went on looking for Google Wave gadgets and tools that could be useful at this time and found Wikify. This gadget brings Wikipedia to your Google Wave account.
Back in May, Google Wave was first unveiled at the Google I/O event which showed how email would have looked if invented now.
Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.