Google Meet now with Grid View feature for the iOS mobile version

Google Meet is getting new support for iOS; the iOS version of the app will soon get the Grid View feature. The Grid feature displays all participants in a call at once.

This feature is not brand new. The grid view feature is already available on the web version of the service, but it did not have the same feature for the iOS mobile version.

Google announced this change in a recent tweet via the Google Workspace handle, which states: “Have a bigger impact on a smaller screen with #GoogleMeet tile view on your mobile devices, rolling out now on iOS and coming soon to Android!”

Grid View’s image accompanies the tweet on mobile devices, which clearly shows all the people engaged in a single video call.

Like the web version, Grid View in Google Meet for mobile shows each participant’s names in the bottom left corner. It highlights participants speaking with a blue outline around their image and an icon in the top right corner.

However, Google has not explicitly mentioned the upper limit for joining in the Grid View feature conversation. Still, the number of participants will likely be limited to 8 people. The feature will most likely switch participants displayed on the grid based on their activity.

As mentioned earlier, the feature is currently rolling out to Google Meet on iOS; the Android version of the same app, hopefully, will soon be launched.

Although Google has not officially mentioned any dates, it is expected that it will be rolled out for the Android version in the upcoming days.

The new Grid View support comes just weeks after Google added a green room to the video conferencing service, which lets users check their audio and video quality before joining a call.

In April 2021 Developers lunch Meet saver mode to save data, battery power and limit CPU.

AI-powered Smart Webcam for your PC and Mobile

Yesterday, the NeuralCam team dropped NeuralCam Live, an AI-powered app that turns your iPhone into a smart webcam.

It’s simple to set up. Download the iOS app, install a Mac driver, and you’re good to go.

They built a machine learning engine to make you look better, even in your pajamas.

The Style framework edits video similarly to a professional colorist (think Instagram filters).

With the Enhance framework, well, you can enhance your video.

Finally, with the Recognition framework, you can automatically locate your face and remove everything around it. It can also detect and instantly blur facial touches (looking at you, nose pickers) and nudity (there are other apps for that).

Rapidly developing AI and ML tools will inevitably bring serious innovation to live photography and videography. NeuralCam Live is one of the examples among others (CamoAround, and mmhmm).

The company is gaining momentum in the growing smart camera space. A year ago, they launched low-light and photo enhancing NeuralCam and NeuralCam Pro.

The growing number of smart camera apps and video tools (LoomZoom for HomeFacebook PortalRemotion, and Krew) can make working from home a lot more interesting.

NeuralCam Live is free to download with and has a premium subscription with better features. It works with Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams. Sadly, it doesn’t support FaceTime or Safari browser.

10 Websites to Watch Live TV Online On PC For Free

You can watch free TV online, there is no need to pay a single penny for watching TV Channels.

You can watch free TV online, there is no need to pay a single penny for watching TV Channels. There are lots of websites available which can provide you free tv streaming of more than 1,000 to 5000 TV Channels. The only thing you need is a fast connection. If you have a fast internet connection, then you can easily turn your PC or Laptop into home theater and watch all live shows, sport events without paying a penny.

Have a look on the list below to find the channel you are looking for. I will keep the list updated to make sure you get the working links. However, if you do find any broken site, report in the comment section so that it can be updated.

Featured Free Online TV Streaming Services

Watch Free TV Online Now (For US users only) – Watch Here

List of Websites to Watch Free TV Online Channel Streaming

Update: Unfortunately due to copyright infragmentation notice, we had to remove all the live streaming websites from this page. If you wish to view the sites that offers live tv streaming, you can visit the following list.

Other Free Live TV Streaming Websites Suggested by Users

These are some of the websites available on the internet where you can find streaming to the TV channels around the world. To find the exact streaming of a channel you are searching for, make sure to visit every website and browse through the categories. Free movie download feature is also available on most of websites. Hope this list will help you in finding the channels you are looking for.

There may be a lot of other websites where you can watch free tv online on the internet. However, these are the most popular and have a large database of channels among all other websites.

If you have any other website which provides such free service, then don’t forget to share below. This post will be updated on a regular basis to add more sites suggested by the users. Don’t forget to share on social media.

Tips for Watching Online TV via Streaming Sites

There are some tips I would like to give to you, when watching free online streaming websites. The Internet is a dangerous place too, and you should be aware of all the aspects of it. Your personal data can be hacked, your computer can get affected with virus, malware and other harmful threats, you could lose money and several other nasty things can happen.

So at the end of this post, I want to share some of the things you should be aware of so that you can safely and securely watch your favorite channel for free. Let’s begin with it.

Don’t Download Suspicious Media Players – There are a number of websites which can tell you to download a particular player to watch the tv or video. Stay alert about such websites, because they can send a virus, malware or any other type of threat in disguise of the media player to hack into your system. You can always check the downloaded file in VirusTotal Tool for any possible security threats. Visit the tool, and press the browse button to upload the file from your computer. The tool will analyze the file and let you know if its is harmful or clean. Always perform scans of media players so that you can be secured.

Popup Ads – Although such ads are not harmful, but sometime the Popup Ads can lead you to an insecure website. Which can affect your browser or computer with a virus or malware. So keep a close eye on the popup pages and make sure not download anything from them. Sometime websites can force your Internet Download Manager to automatically download the file. Make sure to keep eye on it too. Watching free tv is defiantly a cost effective way, but comes with such annoying things too.

Be Aware of the Legal Consequences – Although it is free to watch live tv on such streaming websites, but you should be aware of the fact, that all the streaming websites offering free tv online streaming features are illegal and can trouble you with a copyright violation notice.

Handling The Ads During Online Streaming – When you are watching tv online, you will be served with different advertisements on the media player. Sometimes it becomes very hard to close the ads. In order to close them, make sure to look for the X or Close button on the ad. It must be in the center of the ad, or at the left or right side. Sometime it can be below the media player. Give the player some time so that it can load. Once fully loaded you will be able to find the close button and can continue to watch live tv.

Change Web Browsers – Sometime you will get errors when watching a TV channel on a streaming website. It could be due to the browser. In order to get rid of such errors either update your web browser to the lastest version or use another browser. The most suitable browsers are Google Chrome, Firefox and Torch.

Use Desktop TV Streaming Softwares – If you don’t want to visit, live tv streaming sites, the alternative way is to use desktop streaming softwares. Here is the list of softwares to watch live tv for free. The benefit of using such softwares is that you are worry free about the threats and malware. The tv streaming will directly load inside the software, thus making the watching TV experience more secure.

Mobile Apps for Free Online TV – Another way to watch free tv online is to use Andorid apps. I have already collected a list of android apps for online tv streaming. So even if you are not on your PC or Laptop you will still be able to watch free TV.


I hope the article will help you find your best channel for online tv streaming. If you would like to report a website or share your experience, feel free to post comments below.

Best live TV Streaming sites

1. MyDownloadTube.tv – Watch all type of TV Serials.

2. Free TV Website (Watch Free 1808 TV Channels)

3. Watch Free Movies (Watch Movies and TV Shows with the LetMeWatchThis.One)

4. New TV World (Indian and Pakistan TV Channels Streaming)

5. Watch All TV Channel (Watch UK, France, Pakistan, Russian and US TV channels streaming here. All channels related to Entertainement, Kids, Movies and News can be found for a particular country on this site. Just browse using the top drop down menu to access your favoriate TV channel)

6. Free TV Online with Squid TV (Watch 500 Channels)

7. Movie Watcher (You can watch online straeming for all most all the world channels. You can browse by Aftica, Ammericas, USA, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania countires channels. If you want to browse for a specific country streaming, you can use the alphabatic order menu from the left side bar. )

8. Stream 2 Video (Live Channel streaming from USA, UK, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Spain, Portugal, UAE, France, Switzerland, Italy, India, Canada, Russia, Turkey, Romania and Serbia)

9. Free TV All (Great website for watching free Channels related to Sports)

10. EPC TV (All the US channels online e.g NBC, NBA, CNN, ESPN, Disney, Fox, NFL Network and several others.)

11. Watch Free TV Online – Read Here (A website providing information about all the channels)

12. JumpTV (Watch all latest and live shows, sports, drama, and states official channels)

13. Free TV Hub (Most of the News Channels)

At the current time these streaming sites can be accessed but with the national government taking a more aggressive line on torrenting there are fears the government could put pressure on IPS to also block streaming sites. At the moment the government seems to be putting pressure on IPSs in a case by case basis, but this could change and the time may come when the use of a virtual private network (VPN) may be necessary.

For now though enjoy the free top TV and films from your PC.

Virtual Churches: Is VR the Future of Religious Technology?

In the 18th century, the American colonies experienced an enormous swell of religious fervor known as the First Great Awakening.

Leaving the cold, dark churches and their solemnly delivered sermons for exuberant traveling preachers in the town square, the colonials must have felt a profound spiritual transformation.

Since that First Great Awakening, there have been many other breakthroughs in the way people worship and interact spiritually: televangelists, megachurches, and online churches, just to name a few.

They’re all part of the constantly evolving way that we experience religion, and for the church to stay relevant, it will need to continue to embrace innovation by listening for new voices coming from the town square.

VR is one of the most recent examples of technology altering the way we worship, and in this article, we’ll look at how your Virtual Church could become a virtual church.

What is virtual reality?

Virtual reality uses computer-generated 360-degree images to immerse the viewer in a comprehensive, realistic experience.

When I recently came home from a summer in Washington, D.C., I brought my little sister a virtual reality viewer that let her visit the national monuments without ever leaving her room. She loved it, and spent hours that night looking around the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, the Capitol Building, and (my favorite) the Lincoln Memorial.

Virtual reality offers an escape from ordinary content consumption, but it also offers an exciting educational experience.

Students can work with virtual reality in the classroom to visit historical sites, watch a demonstration, or learn about the stars. Employees can train on the job without entering into dangerous or uncomfortable situations in real life.

Virtual reality can also be a portal to faith and spirituality for those who might not otherwise get the chance.

Virtual reality and the Church

L. Michelle Salvant, founder of Mission:VR, considers virtual reality to be vital for faith formation.

“We have a lot of people talking about faith,” she says. “But I know for a surety that when you can experience someone’s faith and their hope, when you can go inside of their life and feel it, conversion will increase.”

Mission:VR partnered with Covalent Reality to create an environment for the virtual reality platform Google Cardboard called BelieveVR.

BelieveVR uses 360-degree cameras to follow the stories of people of faith as they struggle to overcome spiritual challenges. The first story, called “Healed,”follows Florida pastor Nicky E. Collins as she finds spiritual support during her battle with breast cancer. After the premiere of the short film, Salvant said viewers were “uplifted” by the experience, which they called “awesome” and “touching.”

That’s just one example of how virtual reality is affecting the worship experience.

#1 Case: Church Online Platform

Church Online is developing a virtual reality platform to supplement its online presence.

#2 Case: Virtual Reality Church

The Virtual Reality Church uses the software platform AltspaceVR (free for most Android VR devices) to bring their congregants a 360-degree church experience.

What is VR Church?

In recent times the Church has been slow to venture into new technology; with many pastors siting allegiance to the good old pen and paper over an iPad. Indeed technology is often met with mistrust; but this was not always the case for God’s people. In 1454 one of these new technologies in it’s infancy was used to print the Gutenberg bible. At one point the pen and paper was a new technology, and God has embraced that in order to communicate his word. As Christian’s it is our mandate to communicate God’s loving kindness through whatever means we have available to us. Advanced technology and recent breakthroughs such as virtual reality present new media channels through which the Church can communicate the timeless message of Jesus.

VR Church is not so much about being a Church as it is about making use of technology to engage in the mission of the Church. Virtual Reality is an upcoming media channel that can be used like any other to communicate God’s words. Virtual Reality is different from many channels though in that it presents more ways for us to communicate God’s word that other channels: it is actually most similar to theatre in that respect. An important aspect of this channel is that we can communicate God’s word using different learning modalities: kinaesthetic, audio and visual learning styles are all represented and this has been shown to help with memorisation, as well as engaging a wide range of people.

So what specifically can we do with virtual reality that we couldn’t do already? Well, in a quick moment in our busy lives we can put on our VR headset and:

  • Be transported to a new and beautiful place which reflects the words of the Psalms
  • Be completely immersed in scenes from the bible
  • Find a quiet and still place to pray and worship
  • Join in a unique communal prayer room

There are a lot of different possibilities for how we might engage with God in virtual reality, what is left to do now is to get out there and present these ideas so that might be experienced and enjoyed.

#3 Case: SecondLife

SecondLife, one of the earliest virtual reality software systems, offers three different churches in its platform, and you can start exploring for free.

The National Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Second Life

No one expects any of these platforms to replace traditional churches, and even a megachurch would be ill advised to buy hundreds of high-end Oculus Rift headsets for their congregation.

But as VR devices become more and more affordable and ubiquitous (Google Cardboard can turn your smartphone into a VR headset for about $15, for example), virtual reality will become another channel for people to communicate on.

For people who can’t physically come to church, people who want to enhance their experience with new technology, or people who want to come back to the church, virtual reality offers another opportunity to do so.

Using virtual reality in the church brings a holistic spiritual experience to those who can’t or wouldn’t normally go to church. Making faith accessible to more people was one of the major goals Salvant hoped to achieve with her church software. People with disabilities are less likely to attend a service, so virtual reality quite literally opens the door for hundreds of thousands of disabled religious people across the country.

Clearly, VR is making its way into the spiritual community. But what are some ways you can use it in your own church?

1. Live stream in VR

I love watching live streams. They’re like a little window into someone else’s life. My church at home sets up a live stream at every Mass for those who can’t make it. But VR takes it to a whole new level. Your congregants can meet in a common space that requires no travel time, no cleanup, and no reservation.

VahanaVR by Orah

Software such as VahanaVR by Orah, or Facebook Spaces for Oculus Rift provides real-time hangout spaces for any kind of event, meeting, or service. Your congregants don’t necessarily need a headset. All you need to broadcast in 3D is:

  • the software (VahanaVR sells for $2,195; Facebook Spaces is free on Oculus devices)
  • 360-degree camera (which start at about $100)
  • a connection to a livestreaming platform such as Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter

Anyone who wants to watch can simply click the link, put on a headset or watch on their computer screen, and become immersed in the experience.

2. VR small groups

You can also apply virtual reality to smaller groups of people. Instead of meeting at the church for department decisions, your staff can simply log onto an online VR platform.

A demo in Hyperfair

  • Hyperfair, which is usually used for businesses, could be used to meet in a virtual space. Pricing for Hyperfair is not available online.
  • Mozilla’s MozVR is a free, open-source virtual reality framework that allows you to create your own online VR experience and share it with your coworkers or friends (assuming you have advanced programming ability, of course).
  • vTime is a VR social network that allows people to meet in virtual space, and is free on Windows Mixed Reality devices.

Meeting in virtual space provides a chance to meet new people without the pressure of meeting in person. It gives your congregants a chance to talk to like-minded people about their faith, without having to leave home. For people who are new to the church, a virtual reality group just for them can give them a chance to get to know new people before they arrive.

3. VR group retreats

Retreats are expensive. There’s no way around it. From finding a place to accommodate everyone in your group, to catering food for each night, to planning the content and activities, retreats are labor intensive and costly.

What if you could join them from anywhere in the world using your computer?

Meeting in a virtual space (using the same devices and apps outlined in the sections above) can reduce the cost of reserving a building or campground, as well as travel to that location.

Guest speakers can give talks without ever having to leave their homes. People with disabilities can participate without having to worry about whether the space will accommodate their needs.

And the possibilities are endless. In the near future, you might be able to virtually travel all over the world on your retreat without having to pay for tickets or hotels. Because the virtual environment is computer generated, the options are only limited to what the designers and programmers can dream up. Just be prepared for a little push back if you try to convince your congregation that a virtual Hawaiian beachfront is as good as the real thing. We’re not quitethere yet.

How will you include virtual reality in your church?

Media professionals say virtual reality is the future. Classrooms, real estate, and construction are just three industries where virtual reality is already becoming a part of everyday life.

Places of faith and worship are not far behind. Will you incorporate VR in your church experience in the future? How will VR help your church? Tell us what you think in the comments!