And unlike that popular conference tool, Duo won’t kick you off after 40 minutes, and it comes with proper end-to-end encryption.
So it’s not surprising that Google is making some drastic changes to Duo, as it tries to hone the software to compete with the likes of WhatsApp and Skype.
It also created a new ‘message’ feature, which lets you leave video notes for your contacts and has a special in-call photo feature.
Related: Zoom vs Google MeetAnyone with a recent Pixel phone will already be familiar with Duo, as it’s the default video-calling app on the phones.
Senior staff writer Ruth started her career at Metro newspaper, working as a staff writer for the features section.

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