The technology giant Google has started rolling out the “noise cancellation” feature in the Google Meet app on both Android and iOS, however, not everyone will be able to use this feature because the company launched the feature for G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise customers only for education. It is the same feature that the company introduced in June for the web release.
In a post on the official blog, the company stated that Google Meet will now be able to intelligently filter background noise on Android and iOS, and this means that Meet will automatically remove what is distracting from the audio input of your mobile device while still allowing your voice to pass.
Google also reveals that there is no administrative control over the feature and it is turned off by default on the mobile phone, however, users can turn it on while online by going to the connection settings, and Google recently announced that Google Meet users will not be able to use the video conferencing application for an unlimited period as of From September 30th, the free version of Meet will be limited to meetings of no more than 60 minutes.
In April, the tech giant said meetings are limited to 60 minutes for the free product, although it will not enforce that time limit until after September 30, as more people work from home during the pandemic, and until September 30, anyone with a Google account has been allowed. Create free meetings with up to 100 people with no time limit.
As of September 30th, access to advanced features for G Suite and G Suite for Education customers, including allowing meetings for up to 250 participants, live broadcasting for up to 100,000 people in a single domain, and the ability to save meeting recordings to Google Drive as there will be no .