Google’s big gift to students-teachers, this expensive service is giving free till September 30

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Google announced that till September 30, premium meet video conferencing facilities are being given free for schools.

Google announced that till September 30, premium meet video conferencing facilities are being given free for schools.

Google has brought good news for schools in view of the coronavirus. Google announced that till September 30, premium meet video conferencing facilities are being given free for schools. In the wake of the growing outbreak of Corona virus epidemic, people are working from home due to lockdown in countries around the world, due to which Google Meat has crossed 50 million (50 million) downloads on Play Store. And within a few weeks, its user base has increased by 900 percent.

Meet is currently hosting 3 billion (billion) minutes of video meetings and around 3 million (3 million) new users are joining it every day.

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Google said that its G Suite for Education tools can be used from any device to help give children access to online learning and educational tools. The giant also said that it helps more than 120 million (120 million) teachers and students worldwide to work and learn together.

Google’s new app

Apart from this, in this era of corona virus epidemic, Google is making many such efforts so that people can follow social distancing and avoid getting infected. Now keeping this in mind, the company has launched a new app, with the help of which it will be easy to maintain social distancing in real life by resorting to augmented reality. Currently, this app is not available on the Google Play Store but it can be used separately. For Android smartphones, this app can be accessed through the Chrome browser.

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The app launched by Google is named ‘Sodar’, which will create a visual boundary with the help of users’ smartphone camera. This app constantly monitors whether social distancing rules are being broken. The company has claimed that Sodar takes the help of WebXR to visualize social distancing guidelines in the user’s area. After this, with the help of augmented reality, it makes a visual ring of two meter radius.

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