Duo, which is available for i OS and Android and was first unveiled during Google I/O in May, will start rolling out Tuesday.
Now Google is rethinking the video calling experience with a new app called Duo, designed specifically for mobile devices.
The last thing I’d want is to see my caller poking and prodding at their screen or reading something else while we’re in the middle of a conversation.
Conclusion While Duo’s simplicity is what makes it appealing, it would benefit from a few additions.
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The one capability that separates Duo from most video calling apps is a feature Google calls Knock Knock.
This lets the recipient see a live video of the caller before answering.
It only works with numbers saved in your contacts, so it’s impossible for strangers or unwanted callers to reach you through Knock Knock.But Duo is only available on mobile devices, unlike Hangouts, which can be used on both desktop and mobile.Google says it hasn’t ruled out the possibility of bringing Duo to the desktop, but it’s focusing on mobile for now.For the i Phone, this feature only works when the app is open.It’s a fun little feature if you’re calling friends or loved ones.