Google Meet could soon offer integrations with YouTube, Spotify and UNO!

A few days ago, Google started rolling out the Meet-Duo merger for Android and iOS users. As the tech giant works to rebrand Duo as Meet later this year, it looks like the Meet team is working on a new feature that lets users share third-party apps like YouTube, UNO!, Kahoot, Heads Up! and Spotify.

The list also includes a productivity tool called GQueues – a task manager for teams. It turns out that each of these apps has icons in Google Meet itself. According to an APK teardown done by 9to5Google, the tech giant opted to bring Google Meet to the third-party app instead of integrating them.

This means that the feature may be limited to Android and will not be available on iOS and the web version. Speaking of games like UNO!, chances are Google Meet will automatically create a new lobby and allow others to join with just one click.

But it’s still unclear how Google will sync all participants when it comes to streaming apps like Spotify and YouTube. What’s surprising is that the changes are being made to the legacy version of the app – Meet (Original), which will be phased out once the Meet-Duo merger is complete.

Meanwhile, as we mentioned above, Google Meet is also being merged with Google’s Google Duo video calling app for Android and iOS users. Google has announced that Duo’s services will be merged with Google Meet by September this year. The update is rolling out gradually though, so expect to get it right away.

Lance B. Holton