You guys might already have heard that the Google I/O Keynote 2016 was scheduled to take place today. Since the start of the event, Google has already unveiled a new smart messaging app named Google Allo, and now the company has treated its fans with a new video calling app which shows you what the caller is doing before you even accept the call. These releases confirm that Google is now, once again, focusing on the essential apps which are used by its customers on daily basis. This recent release is mainly focused, apparently, to ease the video calling experience.
The officials announced that the new Google Duo video calling app is Encrypted, Reliable, it has a smooth interface that fades away and it features HD video and audio.
The main feature, as mentioned earlier, is the feature which gives you a preview of what the caller is up to before you accept the call. This feature is known as ‘Knock-Knock’ and is mainly focused on helping you to decide whether you want to accept the call or not, based on the preview.
In addition to that, the company claimed that they have been working tirelessly on the codes to deliver an amazingly smooth video experience while maintaining high-quality.
Similar to the Google Allo, Google Duo video calling app will be hitting the market this summer, both on Android and iOS.
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