Android Police

Articles Tagged:

duo

7

Google got rid of its obnoxious App Preview Messages

Google got rid of its obnoxious App Preview Messages

There may be effective ways to convince people to use an app, but it seems that Google's App Preview Messages were not one of them. The program, which notified Android users when someone is trying to communicate with an app they haven't installed, is officially deprecated, having never left its early access stage in the 4 years it has existed.

Read More
40

Google Duo will soon be on Android TV in beta

Google Duo will soon be on Android TV in beta

We've been using video calls more than ever in the past few months, and probably will continue to for the foreseeable future. It's tough not being able to travel to see your loved ones, but Google is making things a bit easier by announcing beta Android TV support for its Duo video calling service.

Read More
115

Google Duo may eventually be phased out in favor of Google Meet

Google Duo may eventually be phased out in favor of Google Meet

Google currently has two video chat services, Duo and Meet. Duo is specifically a calling application, originally intended to be used alongside the now-defunct Allo messaging service, and Meet is a video conferencing utility. However, the two services have started to become more alike over the past few months, and a new report says the services may eventually merge.

Read More
102

Here's why you should use Google Duo for your video calls instead of Zoom

Here's why you should use Google Duo for your video calls instead of Zoom

While Zoom may be the defacto video calling and conferencing app of 2020, many of us are probably using it more out of convenience than anything else. And while video calling and conferencing are two distinctly different things—a set time and place call-in meeting versus a often on-the-fly call-out chat—the lines between the two are increasingly blurred with so many of us working from home.

If you're looking to get out of the Zoom bubble for your smaller work meetings or social calls with friends and family, Google Duo is actually a pretty awesome option, and we'll break down just why that is in this post.

Read More
3

Google Duo has new rainbow-filled AR filters to celebrate LGBTQ pride

Google Duo has new rainbow-filled AR filters to celebrate LGBTQ pride

Pride Month is over, but the rainbow arcs over yonder. As such, Google is beginning to roll out some colorful new filters to its video calling app, Duo.

Read More
19

Spotify Premium Duo comes to the US and 54 more markets

Spotify Premium Duo comes to the US and 54 more markets

For couples who live together, the Spotify Family plan has been a good way to save a few pennies on your subscription, but the Premium Duo plan announced last year offered up the chance to save even more. Until now, it's only been available in select countries, but it's just arrived in the US as well as 54 other markets across the globe.

Read More
13

The Nest Hub Max now supports Meet and Duo group video calling

The Nest Hub Max now supports Meet and Duo group video calling

When Google introduced the Nest Hub Max, it came with a built-in camera and microphone that allowed for two-way video calling. Sadly, it was only possible to have one-to-one sessions until now, meaning you couldn't join conferences from your smart display. The company is now expanding the device's capabilities by enabling you to join group calls straight from your Hub Max.

Read More
53

Google Duo support for 32-person calls is now live in Chrome

Google Duo support for 32-person calls is now live in Chrome

Google has made good on its earlier promise to expand the number of participants in Duo video calls. Support for up to 32-person calls is now rolling out for Duo on Chrome, ramping up the platform's ability to scale to compete with Zoom calls. 

Read More
InBrief
8
Google Phone apps adds prominent Duo button in your contacts

Google Phone apps adds prominent Duo button in your contacts

30

Duo for web picking up group calls support, plus new family mode

Duo for web picking up group calls support, plus new family mode

Today Google has announced that the Duo web client will be picking up the ability to make group calls in Chrome, together with a handful of smaller tweaks that will make organizing those group calls with your family or friends a bit easier. The only potential hiccup here is the timeline: The feature is set to debut "in the coming weeks."

Read More
Mastodon