Google Meet for Android looks like iOS redesign Gmail tab


The future of Google’s enterprise communications services is integration with Gmail. That said, there will always be a need for the standalone Meat app, which Google is now redesigning to look like the recently added Gmail tab.

We are updating the user interface (UI) of the Google Milo mobile app for Android and iOS. The new mobile UI will have the same look and feel of the meeting experience in the Gmail app.

Google Meat opens today in your front camera feed. A lower sheet has buttons for “new meeting” and “meeting code”, while sliding allows you to view scheduled video calls in the calendar.

This Google Meat redesign drops the live preview for the instant “My Meetings” list. Like Gmail, there are buttons for a “new meeting” – with three options: get information about joining a meeting to share with others, start a call immediately, or schedule a new meeting in Google Calendar – And “Join a meeting above”. Your profile image is in the top-right corner, while this design maintains a navigation drawer.

Jumping into a camera scene immediately was always a bit annoying, and it helps to unify the experience. A design is even easier to maintain for Google. Some businesses cannot use Gmail, but still want to take advantage of Google Meeting for video conferences. For those users, a standalone application is required.

This improvement is currently running on iOS (version 45+), and Android will follow it. Redesigned Google Meet will be available for all G Suite and personal accounts.

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