Just days after shutting down Spaces, Google has launched a new app. This time it’s a video conference app, 100% dedicated to business meetings. Here’s “Meet.”
On the web app, you can join in by entering a meeting code, and also see scheduled meetings from your team. However, you cannot start a new video call from the site at this point. The iOS app comes with dial-in numbers for people who can’t access the video conference, but these are limited to G Suite Enterprise Edition users.
Just like Hangouts, Meet also offers group video calls for up to 30 participants, and in HD. Meet also fully integrates with other apps from the G Suite – especially Gmail and Google Calendar.
Although not entirely new, Meet definitely places itself as an easy-to-use, high definition, and secure alternative to Skype for Business.
Try it now on Google Chrome: Meet
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