Google Meet Crosses 50 Million Downloads On Play Store

google-meetGoogle Meet has seen sharp development, yet at the same time falls a long way behind Zoom, which has crossed 100 million Play Store downloads at the hour of distributing.

Sending an admonition call to Zoom, Google Meet has crossed 50 million downloads on Play Store, a gigantic 900 percent expansion in client base in a range of not many weeks as individuals work from home in the Covid-19 pandemic.

As indicated by the information given by AppBrain, Google’s Video Conferencing Application earned more than 5,000,000 downloads on Play Store in the main seven day stretch of March alone. Till May 17, it was downloaded by more than 50 million times.

As indicated by Javier Soltero Vice President and GM, G Suite, the tech goliath has seen day by day use of the Meet Application develop by multiple times, with facilitating 3 billion minutes of video gatherings day by day. “A month ago (April), we were including approximately 3 million new clients consistently. That is the reason we’re extending the contribution to more individuals around the globe,” Soltero said for the current month. Meet showed up inside Gmail accounts universally remembering for India a week ago. Clients would now be able to begin or join video conferencing directly from their Gmail records and they don’t have to download the application independently.

Google Meet is totally free and anybody with an email address can join and begin. Clients can see Google Meet on the left menu, with two choices: Start a gathering and join a gathering. Be that as it may, while Google Meet has demonstrated noteworthy development, it despite everything trails the video conferencing application Zoom by a huge edge.

At the hour of distributing, Zoom previously had more than 100 million downloads on the Google Play Store, consequently demonstrating how its underlying eruption of downloads has given it an enduring client base, especially through the Work From Home stage.

 

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