Google Meet Adds Intelligent Noise Cancellation to iOS, Android Apps

Ruben Fields
September 29, 2020

The expiry of the Google Meet features for free users also comes just ahead of the Silicon Valley giant's "Launch Night" scheduled to kick off at 11:30 pm Indian Standard Time (IST) on September 30.

Earlier this year, the company had said that there will be a time limit of 60 minutes. For free users, the limit is 60 minutes on every call and this is going to be restored after 30 September.

A Google spokesperson reportedly told The Verge, "We don't have anything to communicate regarding changes to the promo and advanced features expiring ..."

Starting from May, Google had declared that its office-oriented platform will be available for all users who have a Gmail account. However, as many people had to work from home and use the application for meetings and students too used the app for online classes on the back of Coronavirus pandemic, the company chose to not enforce the time limit till September 30.

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So, if you use neither G Suite Enterprise for Education nor G Suite Enterprise, we suggest you wait a bit before you update the app. No more G Suite advanced features Another feature that will be removed from the free plan is the collection of advanced features for G Suite and G Suite for Education, which allow meetings to accommodate 250 participants and live streams of over 100,000 people within a single domain.

To see Meet's noise suppression feature in action, watch Serge Lachapelle, G Suite director of product manager, demonstrate "the denoiser" in the above video published by VentureBeat.

1920 2020 that Google made its relatively new enterprise-focused videoconferencing program Meet free for anyone to use. Google's video conferencing service had introduced noise cancellation for desktop in June, and is now expanding it.

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