Google Duo Gets Multi-Device Support for Android

Google’s one-to-one video calling app, Google Duo, has added multi-device support. This feature is not officially announced yet but it has started rolling out.

It has started offering multi-device support that is designed to receive voice and video calls on more than one device.

Google Duo Multi-Device Support Rolls Out

Those users, who got this feature, can now sign into the Duo video calling app on multiple devices. There is also a new option  that will allow users to sign out of any of the signed-in devices by going into Duo’s setting manual.

To enable multi-device support, users need to connect their Google account with the Duo app. That means it doesn’t work when users use the app only with their phone number.

In addition to multi-device support, the Duo app has come with tablet support that offers a special interface for tablets. The tablet-centric interface allows the video window almost on the entire screen with the video call and voice call tabs on right side.

The updated Duo version has not released by Google on the Play store as the new features are available through a server-side update. There is no any information that whether the new update will be available for iOS devices or not.

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