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Google Meet to be “free for everyone” with Gmail account soon

by Rahul Chauhan
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Google announced on Wednesday that it will make Google Meet, the premium video conferencing product, free for anyone with a Gmail account. Most of the population around the world currently lives at home during the coronavirus pandemic, forcing people to use online platforms for daily interactions.

The company said in its statement that in recent months they have seen the “power of video conferencing” to bring people together. “Today, we are making Google Meet, our premium video conference product, free to all, with availability in the coming weeks. We have invested years in making Meet a safe and reliable video conferencing solution trusted by schools, governments and businesses across the around the world, and in recent months we’ve accelerated the release of the most requested features to make it even more useful, & # 39; Google said in a statement.

“Beginning in early May, anyone with an email address can sign up to Meet and enjoy many of the same features available to our business and educational users, such as simple scheduling and screen sharing, real-time subtitles and layouts that adapt to your preference , including an expanded tile view, “added the statement. (ANI)

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