Video meet app Google Duo arriving on Android TV


San Francisco, August 28

Video calling app Google Duo is coming to Android TVs and the corporate is rolling out a Beta on Android TV within the coming weeks globally.

With Google Duo, folks can provoke one-on-one and group calls from their TVs.

If the TV doesn’t have a digicam built-in, folks can merely plug in a USB digicam.

Beyond TVs, Duo and Google Meet additionally work seamlessly with Nest Hub Max.

“The year 2020 may go down as the year of the video call. It’s become an indispensable tool, one we all use more than we likely would have imagined,” mentioned TJ Varghese, Group Product Manager, Google Meet {hardware}.

With Google Meet on Cast, you can too use TV or a Smart Display.

“Whether you want to step away from the notifications on your laptop or phone to be more present in a meeting or you’re on mute in a larger meeting and want to concentrate on your task at hand, casting to your TV can help you be more productive and stay focused,” Varghese mentioned in an announcement on Thursday.

Meet and Cast may also pair as much as simplify distance studying.

Students can view their classmates and lesson plans on the large display whereas working from their laptops and lecturers can get a broader view of their college students on a name.

Google Cast performance is accessible for all Meet customers and casting works on Chromecast, TVs with built-in Chromecasts and Nest shows.

“With the Acer Chromebase and ASUS Remote Meet Kit from Google Meet hardware, the users can elevate work-from-home space into a dedicated home office,” the corporate mentioned.

Google Meet {hardware} syncs mechanically with Google Calendar so folks can be part of conferences with a single contact. IANS



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