Google Meet has crossed 50 million downloads in just a couple of weeks after it was released free. It was part of the premium version of Google Suite; however, it seems once it was made free, downloads jumped at a good level as per AppBrain Data.
Google Meet has made very easy way of making video conferences/calls, and it seems people are liking it and using more. It is an excellent alternative for Zoom, which lately seems to have quite a few problems.
Google Meet has quite a good features and is updated quite often by the team.
- Host unlimited high-definition video meetings
- Meet safely – video meetings are encrypted in transit and proactive anti-abuse measures help keep your meetings safe
- Easy access – just share a link and invited guests can join with one click from a desktop web browser or the Google Meet mobile app
- Share your screen to present documents, slides and more
- Follow along with real-time captions powered by Google speech-to-text technology
- Everyone can safely create and join high-quality video meetings up to 250 people.
Gmail now by default enables the Google meet option within its web interface. Gmail users can now start a Google meet meeting right from their inbox, this definitely helps to start/join meeting quickly. Google account is not necessary to join the meeting.
Facebook has released its Messenger to everyone. It is Facebook’s attempt to take on the crowded markets to video calls. This feature allows users to create a room with up to 50 people without any time limit. As per the company’s blog post, a room can be created from Messenger or Facebook. It provides the ability to share links to invite anyone to join, even if they don’t have a Facebook account. This 50 person limit is far higher than other video conferencing platforms.
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