Google is quietly rolling out the ability to start a Google Duo Video Call just by asking Assistant. It also works on iOS devices if Google Assistant and Duo are installed. We cannot comment on exactly how long this feature will be live, but it is not available for everyone yet.
You can ask Google Assistant to start Google Duo Video Call
Now Google Assitant allows you to Initiate a video call with a contact in your device. For this, you just have to ask Google Assistant to ” Video Call —–” Followed by your friend’s name. This feature was revealed by Android Police.
Duo is Google’s video calling app, and now the company is making it a bit easier to kick off a call with the help of Assistant. The feature is rolling out now, so if you were waiting for it, give it a try.
Google Duo was launched in 2016 and from that time it has witnessed an ever-increasing number of users. The Duo was launched to compete with face time and WhatsApp. The app allows users to keep in touch with their friends via video or voice calls.
The app features end-to-end encryption and uses phone numbers to set up contacts instead of Google IDs. The app has unique features like Knock Knock, which allows users to see the live image of the caller before picking up a call to avoid online harassment or spam callers.
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