Google Meet crosses 50 million downloads on Play Store

Google Meet Hits 50 Million Download Mark on Google Play Store Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Data Reveals

Google's video conferencing app Google Meet (Google Meet) has been made free by Google a few days ago and the company has also benefited immediately. 9to5Google reported that the hardware is intended for office conference rooms that rely on Google Meet.

Interestingly, the original ASUS-Google Meet hardware kit first launched in 2014. Google couldn't remain calm and took the notice. It's really just a mini PC that runs Chrome OS and is specifically customized to run Google Meet. In such a situation, video calling during lockdown is their support. The most basic version has a small remote control instead of the display and is suitable for meetings in a room with a maximum of eight people.

There are three bundle categories that users can choose from depending on their needs. On that note, ASUS announced its latest hardware kit that is created to be paired with Google Meet. Aside from the Google Meet Compute System, Google Meet Speakermic, and Huddly IQ camera, it also includes a MIMO touchscreen controller.

At the core is new Google Meet Compute System, which ASUS used to call a Chromebox. It also has the MIMO touchscreen controller and a Logitech PTZ Pro 2 camera. Asus says the PTZ Pro 2 captures 1080p video and offers 10X zoom. That kit includes a speaker mic to place on a table, a UHD camera to clip to a huge TV, and a touch screen panel for easier meeting management.

According to Asus, the kits will be available from June in 28 countries.

According to the data by application website traffic as well as efficiency onlooker AppBrain, Google Meet went across the 5 million mark at the start of March this year on Google Play Store as well as quickly struck the 10 million mark by the end of the very same month, reported AndroidPolice The data has actually now exposed that the video clip conferencing application was downloaded and install over 50 million times from the Google Play Store till May 17.

After September 30, the search giant will switch back to its 60 minute per call limit for users of the free version.

As per AppBrain's data, Google Meet was at a relatively lower 5 million downloads at the beginning of March.

Meet was a paid service available only for G-suite users.



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