Google Duo Could Support up to 32 Participants in a Group Call
During the ongoing lockdowns across the world, people are relying to video calls to connect with their family or their loved ones. Looking forward to the increasing demands of video calling, tech giants are increasing the number of participants on a video call. Recently, WhatsApp has increased the number of people on video calls to 8, and now, Google Duo is also expected to increase its participant’s limit to 32.
In March, Google Duo has increased its number of participants on a video call to 16, but now, a report from AndroidPolice suggests that the tech giant is likely to double the capacity of people on a video call. The report points to a new mailer from Google suggests the number will increase to a massive 32 members.
Yesterday, we have seen Google launching a new Family mode for Android and iOS users that brings some new features. Using this family mode feature, you can doodle on video calls for everyone to see and also add fun effects and masks like in Facebook Messenger. In addition to that, the tech giant also announced that Duo users will be able to make group calls directly from the web in the coming weeks.
And now, this new report from AndroidPolice is confirmed that Google Duo will increase the member’s limit in the coming weeks. If that comes to be true, that will be a great transition for Google to take on an already well-established video calling platform, Zoom.
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