Google Meet 4+

Secure video meetings

Google LLC

    • Free



Securely connect, collaborate and celebrate from anywhere. With Google Meet, everyone can safely create and join high-quality video meetings for groups of up to 250 people.

Meet safely – video meetings are encrypted in transit, and our array of safety measures is continuously updated for added protection.
Host large meetings – invite up to 250 participants to a meeting, whether they’re in the same team or outside of your organisation.
Engage in meetings – engage in meetings without interrupting, through Q&A, polls and hand raise.
Easy access on any device – share a link, and invited guests can join with one click across devices.
Share your screen – present documents, slides and more during your conference call.
Follow along – live, real-time captions powered by Google speech-to-text technology.

**Not all features available for non-paying users.

Anyone can join a meeting on Meet via an invitation. However, some capabilities are available only to Google Workspace customers.

With Google Workspace, you and your team can:
Enjoy helpful features like live captions, breakout rooms and noise cancellation* to make meetings more productive.
Attend meetings on the go. Meetings organised by Google Workspace users also create a dial-in phone number for each meeting so that every guest can join – without Wi-Fi or data.

* Not available in all Workspace plans.

Permissions notice
Camera: Needed to allow others to see you during video meetings.
Microphone: Needed to allow others to hear you during meetings.
Photo library: Needed to allow you to select your account profile picture.
Notifications: Allow you to receive helpful in-call notifications.

What’s New

Version 91.0.0

• Any user with a Google account can create meetings via Google Meet.
• Midsummer Meet Fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21.4K Ratings

21.4K Ratings

jbrien2003 ,

I’m not a teacher but

I’m not a teacher but I found this app useful as when I tried WhatsApp FaceTime with my friend it kept lagging so we did a google meet and the Quality of the video was amazing and it’s helpful for those who want to chat with friends but don’t have there number the meet uses your google mail to mail your friends and with this COVID 19 going on you can’t go see anyone friends family keep up the good work this app will be the best used

Dwsycamore ,

I really wanted to use this instead of Zoom!

We have tried all the tyoes of meeting apps, and then realised our church was a GSuite subscriber, so thought, great, we can use Google Meet. We can, but it is a pain, as half our group have ipads, not laptops, and you can’t get a grid view, to help you see everyone. Considering half the group is elderly, that is a problem. We need to see facual expressions and know when to speak or not. Yes it has transcription for those hard of hearing, but it is still not the same as watching everyone and knowing when to chip in with a thought. Everything else about this app is great- but we need to use ipads, as I can set those up quickly and easily for our older members, and they can’t do too much to mess them up, unlike a laptop. If Zoom and Skype (which have other downsides) can work on the ipad/phone platform why can’t the mighty Google?

Coolnfunky ,

Better, but frustrating for groups

Still playing catch-up to Zoom, but marked improvements to earlier incarnations.

Main thing I’d like to see changed is addition of a grid view. Why don’t you have this? The school uses Meet, and this is critical for home lessons. Ideally with an option to pin the teachers to the top. Maybe have it so the teacher or meeting organiser can set the default view for their meeting - this I would really like.

Option to have persistent mute/unmute button. I understand the UI choice for the vanishing button (makes it look nicer), but having it disappear is confusing for younger (remote learning) kids and older people, which is not helpful when they want to speak. Should be a setting somewhere that can enable it to be always on screen. Or an “Easy Mode”.

Audio when there’s lots of people on doesn’t work as well as with Zoom or Teams. More “echo-y” and “feedback-y”. Would love to see this tweaked.

And generally, feature parity with the web version. Even things like Question & Answers don’t work don’t work on the iPad version! Makes it very difficult for educators to work with classes when everyone is using a different device. At least have a flag or notification when a tool will not work for all participants!

App Privacy

The developer, Google LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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