Google is now taking another step towards Meet integration with Gmail and bringing the video conferencing service directly into Gmail for iOS and Android. Dedicated Google Meet app is not required for mobile Gmail users to attend meetings. Google has chosen to insert Meet as a separate and fairly large tab at the bottom of the main Gmail interface. If you don't want Meet to appear as a tab, you need to disable Meet integration in the Settings menu.
Google made Google Meet free for everyone at the end of April and since then has wasted no time integrating the service into Gmail. In the coming weeks, iOS and Android users of Gmail will find the new "Meet" tab, where they can quickly attend meetings.
Google really pushed Meet as part of Gmail. Huge blue buttons appear in new Google Calendar entries. This new mobile integration is the latest attempt to measure yourself with Zoom, the video conferencing app that has become increasingly popular while at home. Both Google and Microsoft have followed the success of Zoom with new features and free services to convince Zoom users.