Google Meet, Big G’s premium video conferencing product, will become free for everyone, with availability in the coming weeks.

Javier Soltero, Vice President & GM of the G Suite of Google, on the official blog of the company dedicated to the videoconference solution used by companies and in the world education, was the official decision.

We recall that Google had already made Meet available for free, and then extended the offer until September 30, for schools, businesses and private users of the G Suite.

Now this option will be open to everyone, via the web and mobile apps for iOS and Android.

Moreover, this announcement comes at a time when Google has accelerated the release of new features in the tool, to make it even more useful, evidently in view of the intensive use of smart working solutions that is made during this period.

As of early May, Javier Soltero explained, anyone with an email address can subscribe to Meet and use many of the same features available to business and education users, such as screen planning and sharing in an easy way and the

The only prerequisite required is that the user, to sign-in in Meet, must have a Google account. The meetings, Google explained, are limited to 60 minutes in the free version, but the company has announced also that it will not apply this time limit until September 30.

Since January, it has also announced Javier Soltero, Google has recorded a peak in the daily use of Meet, which has grown by 30 times. Currently, Meet hosts about three billion minutes of video conferencing and sees about 3 million new users added every day. In addition, since last week, daily participants at Meet meetings have exceeded 100 million.

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