Google Meet is getting new video filters, effects, and augmented reality masks for personal calls on iOS and Android, the search monster has reported. They’re accessible through the sparkle icon at the base right of your video feed during a call, which brings up a carousel of various impacts that incorporate shading channels and animated AR face effects.
The majority of the choices are just accessible for individual Gmail accounts, while Workspace clients need to keep things more professional with a restricted determination of obscuring and virtual background options.
The new video effects are the most recent illustration of Meet’s shift from focusing on big business and business clients, to targeting consumers all the more by and large after Google delivered Meet free to individual Google accounts last year.
The filters are basically the same as what’s now been accessible for Google’s consumer-focused Duo video visit administration, and 9to5Google has recently announced that the organization plans to ultimately supplant Duo with Meet.
On the off chance that attempting to figure out the entirety of Google’s messaging products is making your head hurt then, at that point relax, you’re in good company. Fortunately, they may before long have one less Google service to monitor.
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