According to experts, Google might be on the verge of increasing the ChromeOS video calling interface with a number of new features.
In a region of the market that has experienced significant growth in recent years, tech companies and even lesser-known corporations are all battling to provide the best video conferencing platform.
Google is very often tinkering with its Meet video calling tool, but the latest features might be reserved for the company''s own hardware (or at least computers running ChromeOS).
In an effort to face Apple, it is possible that we may meet with a competitor to the macOS and iPadOS Centre Stage, which requires the Apples M-series silicon to perform. Auto Framing has already been seen in the now-discontinued Google Duo, so seeing the feature reincarnated and refined is a reasonable expectation.
Other minor modifications to the video camera interface have been found in the code, including a warning for network connections that are unstable or unstable.
This may be a sign that Google is attempting to attract macOS and Windows users to its own network, which has continued to increase, and now includes smartphones, laptops, and plenty of smart home technology that is all designed to integrate together.