Already we knew that Google Duo video calling app was launched back in August last year. That’s held at the Google I/O 2016 back in May. Back in March, Google has started rolling out with audio calling capabilities for the Duo app that starting from Brazil. So, users are able to make basic audio calls on Duo when they are on a poor network connection.
Google has been mentioned that users around the world will get the feature in the coming days. Good news, it is happen since the feature has been rolled out for all the users worldwide. Company was revealed by Google’s technical head for Duo, Justin Uberti. Furthermore, this feature will be more useful when people are travelling in remote areas where connectivity is poor.
Reportedly, the app got updated to version 9.1 last week that brought audio calls to Brazil along with bug fixes and improvements. If you have not updated, get the latest Android version from Google Play Store or iOS version from the App Store.
Just reminder, videos can go upto 720p HD resolution with high quality audio and the app is also able to optimise the quality based on the network speeds and restrictions too. All the calls placed over Duo are encrypted from end to end and it can work and switch seamlessly from WiFi and Cellular Data.
Google Duo audio calling now globally available