Hot on the heels of the integration of Meet in the web version of Gmail, Google has announced that the video-conferencing tool will also be directly integrated in the mail service’s mobile application. Installed on some two billion smartphones, the Gmail mobile integration will pave the way for a major increase in the quantity of video-calls worldwide. During the coronavirus lockdown massive numbers of internet users made use of video-conferencing tools to stay in contact with work and also with family and friends. It was at this time, in March 2020, that Google decided to make Meet’s advanced features — which were previously only available to enterprise users — accessible to all directly from Gmail. Now with the integration of Meet in Gmail mobile, users will be able to host video conferences from any location using a smartphone. The idea is to provide a well-trusted application to the vast number of smartphone users that are already familiar with Google Suite, regardless of their location or the age of their equipment.