It seems to me Google doesn’t want to leave any form of communicational means upturned, and that’s why it has launched another brand new app meant for a more professional approach.
Google Meet with a pro outlook
The users of G-Suite can set up their respective accounts on Google’s Meet so they can attend high definition video conferences. There are only a web and iOS versions available right now; however, Google is yet to launch the Android version of Meet.
It appears that Google is unwilling to spread much noise about Meet for the moment.
What does Meet have to offer?
The users have to input a specific code for taking part in the desired meeting and it also shows other scheduled meetings. In its list of features, it supports dial-in numbers for users that can’t have access to the video streams. It can be linked to both Gmail and Google Calendar so that you don’t end up missing an important business meeting with your partners.
I find the timing of Google’s launch quite amusing as it has been only two weeks since Amazon unveiled its Chime application meant to perform the same task as the Meet.
Can Meet sustain the competition?
Now, the big question to be answered is that whether Google’s Meet will be able to compete against Skype and other related tools for video conferencing. Given that an increasing number of internet users are frequently using Google Docs and Drive, it may turn raise the popularity of Meet too.
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