Google Meet Is Now Available For Gmail Users On Android And iOS

Pappi Hex
Following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, Google in April made their video conferencing service Meet free for anyone that had a Gmail account. First made available for Gmail users on the web, now the Internet giant is bringing the service to Gmail users on Android and iOS.

"With video calling being an integral part of our lives, we made Google Meet free and available for everyone last month, and also brought it into Gmail on the web. Today, we're bringing Meet to Gmail on Android and iOS, so that you can easily join video meetings from your inbox," Google announced.

After the update, Gmail users on both Android and iOS will see a new tab where Meet can be easily accessed. Via the shortcut, users will be able to easily start a meeting by clicking on "New meeting".

Users can share meeting via link or schedule it in Google Calendar. Also, Meetings can be created with a code which can be shared to other to join.

For those who do not want to see the Meet tab, it can be switched off by going to Settings - Account - Uncheck Meet.

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