Google’s ‘GMeet’ Could Exterminate Teleconferencing

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According to the reports, Search giants are now testing their new meeting service app ‘GMeet’, also referred as Google Meetings. After the release of video calling with Google Hangouts, Google is now looking for the replacement of regular teleconferencing call with their new app. It was first noticed by Google+ user Florian Kiersch. Kiersch managed to show us some screenshot of the working of that app

Googel's GMeet app for Android

According to the information fetched by him, this app will help you to schedule a new meeting and to see the schedule of the meetings for that day. Moreover, you can also join the meeting that are in progress. Although, Google is currently monitoring the service inside the company, so only employees of the company can have the access to that app. Kiersch said “it will be an android app , but it will be available on web via Chrome extension.

“Login currently appears to be limited to Googlers, so it’s only possible for Googlers to create events,” Kiersch wrote. “It’s possible to join as a guest though, given you have an event code or know one of the participants.” It is still ambiguous that whether this app is for business applications or it is just an internal company tool to handle meetings and events.

“I assume there might be an announcement soon, if this is meant to become a consumer product,” Kiersch said. As Phandroid points out, searches for GMeet and Google Meeting “pull up interesting anecdotes and code snippets from as far back as 2011.”According to the Website, most of the code references are available in the new version of Google Hangouts.

So, it is believed that GMeet might be based on Google hangouts but some new features will be added for business purposes.

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