Transform Your Bravia TV into a Virtual Meeting Hub with Google’s Zoom for TV App

Sony Bravia TV to get Zoom for TV support

Sony Bravia TVs will be the first to support Google Play’s new Zoom for TV app. We know that remote working has declined as companies lure employees back into the office. But there are still many people who work from home or in a hybrid way. So we guess they still need to have TVs to take part in virtual meetings from their living room. This comes after Apple said at WWDC 2023 that FaceTime would be coming to Apple TV (via mounted iPhones) later this year.

What You Need To Do To Get Zoom on Sony Bravia TVs

Because Bravia TVs don’t have built-in cameras, you’ll need to buy a Bravia Cam to complete the setup. The $200 accessory can change sound and picture settings based on your position and distance from the TV. Plus, it can make zoom calls easier. It also lets you control your TV with hand gestures rather than the remote, activates a proximity alarm if children are sitting too close to the screen, and improves the overall user experience.

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Sony Bravia TV to get Zoom for TV support

According to Sony, the Zoom for TV app will be available for Bravia TVs “by early summer”. “This partnership will allow our customers to enjoy more realistic video communication on a big screen in the living room, enabling them to be more connected to the people they care about, whether they are working from home, studying remotely or simply catching up with friends and family,” said Shusuke Tomonaga, head of Bravia product design at the company.

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Adding Zoom to Bravia TVs allows Sony to meet the changing needs of users in a post-pandemic era. Remote work and learning have become more vital. So the convenience of attending meetings and connecting with loved ones on a large screen brings enhanced engagement and ease. Sony continues to create products that cater to evolving user requirements, promoting connectivity and seamless communication.

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