On Monday, Google launched Google Duo, a one-on-one video calling app that runs on iOS and Android.


According to Justin Uberti, a principal software engineer at Google, the app will be available worldwide in just a few days.

The Google Duo switches from cellular service to WiF, and transitions seamlessly from high-speed to lower speed wireless service.

Google Duo users would be able to make video calls irrespective of their location and network speed, although video degradation may be noticeable on slower internet service providers.


The exciting part is you don’t need a new account to sign up. All you need is a phone number.

Skype users have complained that Skype is not very user-friendly so Duo might shake some grounds in the video calling market.

Google Duo is not exclusive to Andriod, as it also runs on iOS.


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