The merged Google Meet app lets you host group Spotify and YouTube sessions

Google’s merger of Meet and Duo might be confusing, but it should deliver some useful upgrades on top of that. The company has added a live sharing beta feature that allows users of the revamped Meet to share Spotify and YouTube streams during chats. You can play games like Uno mobile and Kahoot, to. The functionality will look familiar if you’ve tried SharePlay, but you can’t use Spotify or YouTube with Apple’s media feature.

The Meet upgrades include scheduled recurring meetings, virtual backgrounds, and in-meeting chat. As with the Meet features coming to Duo, live sharing has been rolled out in recent weeks. The renaming of Duo to Meet will happen throughout August for mobile and later for everyone else.

Google has proposed meet-and-duo union as an adaptation to the modern realities of video calling. Live sharing clearly reflects this. I admit that many people are using video chats as social spaces, especially when remote hangouts are more common than they were before the pandemic.

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