Google has started rolling out a new feature to its popular video-calling app, Duo. The company has started rolling out multi-device sign-ins and it has also introduced the same mode for tablets as well.
According to Android Police, the update is server-side and it is being currently rolled out in the United States. The company will surely add this feature to other regions as well. With this, users can now simply sign-in to Duo to other devices as well. First, one needs to sign up for Duo on of his/her phones. After that whenever the user opens up the app on other devices, he/she will see a pop-up screen that asks the user to use your Google account to sign in.
Further, there is a slight difference between the primary Duo device and secondary ones. The former comes with an option to delete the Duo account, while the latter only offers to sign-out from secondary devices.
Previously, the video chat mobile app Google Duo allowed users to capture and share important moments with video messages when their friends cannot answer their call. The new feature is already available on Android and iOS. The video messaging functionality allows users to leave a 30-second video (or voice) message if the person they’re calling declines or misses the incoming call.
To play a video message received from another user, simply tap their icon. And after you’ve watched their video message, you can tap the “Call now” button to easily call that person right back.