YouTube, Spotify, and UNO might be coming soon to Google Meet

By Digit NewsDesk | Published 06 Aug 2022 18:32 IST
YouTube, Spotify, and UNO might be coming soon to Google Meet

Google began rolling out Meet-Duo for Android and iOS users only a few days ago. A new feature in the works will enable users to share applications like YouTube, UNO!, Kahoot, Heads Up!, and Spotify while the company is trying to rebrand Duo to Meet later this year.

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Another item on the list is GQuees - Task Manager for Teams, a productivity tool. Each application gets its symbol in Google Meet, which is a nice touch. Rather than putting Google Meet into its own app, 9to5Google found that the internet giant opted to outsource it to a third-party app.

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GQueues — a process manager for teams – is also included in the list of tools. For some reason, each application seems to have an icon inside of Google Meet. In the wake of a 9to5Google APK breakdown, the tech giant decided to move Google Meet to a third-party app instead of incorporating them into its own.

This implies that the feature will only be available on Android and not on iOS or the Internet version. Like games like UNO!, it's quite likely that Google Meet will automatically generate a new room and allow others to join with a single tap.

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Essentially, this indicates that the functionality may only be accessible on Android and not on iOS or the online version of the app. The topic of board games like UNO comes up often here! Using Google Meet, a new lobby will most likely be created immediately, allowing others to join with a single click.

Though streaming applications like Spotify and YouTube, it's still unclear how Google would synchronize all participants. It's unexpected to see updates to Meet (the original), which will be phased away after completing the Meet-Duo integration.

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In the meanwhile, Google Meet may be combined with Google Duo, Google's video chatting tool, for users on Android and iOS, as previously discussed. In a blog post, Google says it plans to integrate Duo and Google Meet before the end of the year. However, the replacement is being rolled out in a staggered manner, so don't expect it right now.

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