Google Due Gets Several New Features With The Latest Update


From the past few months, Google has been improvising its apps to make them more productive and useful for the users. Recently we have seen Google tweaking its Gmail app on Android,  and now, it’s time for Google Duo. Google’s video calling app will be getting some improvements and new features in the coming months. 

The company will enhance various aspects of the app including security, camera, calls and messaging. With the latest update, Google Duo will be getting a new option to snap photos on smartphones, tablets, and Chromebooks while making a video call with others. These photos can be shared with anyone on individual calls but not on group video calls.

In addition to that, Google also announced that it will increase the number of participants allowed on a video call with the coming updates. As of now, Google allows up to 12 participants on a video call. This change will be made both on Android as well as on the iOS version of the app. 

Apart from this, with the upcoming update, Google Duo will automatically save messages rather them disappearing them after one day. At last, the tech giant plans to add a new video codec technology that will enhance video call quality and reliability, regardless of the connection quality. This change will allow you to use Google Duo even when your connection is not much stable.

All the new features and improvements unveiled today will be available in the coming days or weeks. So, check the Play Store regularly to get the update installed on your device as soon as it comes. 

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