Google’s Nest Hub Max is dropping support for Google Meet and Zoom


Google is axing support for Google Meet and Zoom on its Nest Hub Max smart display. As spotted by 9to5Google, some users are seeing a notice on their device that states they can no longer join meetings through Google Meet starting September 28th.

Similarly, a support page updated by Zoom in July states: “All Zoom support for Google Nest Hub Max will end on September 30th, 2023.” After that date, the Zoom app will stop working, and users will no longer be able to install or update the app. The Verge reached out to Google with a request for more information but didn’t immediately hear back.

With the loss of video calls, users are left wondering what’s to become of the smart display — or if it will even have a successor. Google has been distancing itself from smart displays over the past several months, as it ended support for third-party Assistant-powered displays in April.



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