Google Meet meetings to get Spotify, YouTube and games

Google Meet meetings to get Spotify, YouTube and games

By IsraeliPanda

With the Google Meet-Duo consolidation now in progress, Google has begun work on carrying new highlights to its joined video assembling and conference administration. As per new strings seen in a teardown of the most recent Google Meet update, the help could before long allow you to transfer music from Spotify, watch YouTube recordings, or mess around like UNO during gatherings.

The new strings, seen in variant 2022.07.23 of Google Meet (through 9to5Google), uncover that Google will before long present several new elements that will make gatherings seriously fascinating. These incorporate help for Spotify, YouTube, UNO, from there, the sky is the limit. When these new reconciliations carry out, meeting members will get the choice to play music and recordings from Spotify and YouTube during gatherings, mess around like Heads Up, UNO, and Kahoot, and oversee errands utilizing GQueues. Be that as it may, these applications and games will not incorporate straightforwardly into the video call.

The strings propose that Google Meet will incorporate with the Android application for the previously mentioned administrations and give clients the choice to “live offer” them with different members. On choosing the live sharing choice, Google Meet will “accept your call to an outsider application.” However, we don’t have the total subtleties on how the combination will function for all the different applications. Unfortunately, this incorporation will be restricted to Google Meet on Android, and clients on Google Meet for iOS or Web can not take part.

9to5Google further notes that the impending mix appears to include somewhat controlling different players with choices to interruption and resume live sharing. Right now, we have no additional data about the forthcoming incorporation. In any case, we hope to learn more in future Google Meet deliveries.

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