New Delhi, Tech Desk: After Whatsapp, Google is also planning to make its video calling app Google Duo more useful and better. For this, the company is going to increase the number of members in video calling. According to the report, now up to 12 people can be connected simultaneously in Google Duo, while so far only members can join the video call. Not only this, the company is also going to add some new features to this app, which the company has revealed on its blog.
According to the information given on the blog post of Google Duo, this app will soon add Snapshot feature and Capture Special Moment. Apart from this, the company has also informed that users will also be able to click photos during the video call in the Google Duo app. Along with this, there will also be a facility to connect 12 people simultaneously in video calling. The company can compete with Apps like Whatsapp and Zoom with these features and changes.
According to the information given on the blog post, 10 million new users are getting added to Google Duo every week and this can be used to gauge the popularity of the App. In addition, the company has also announced that AV1 will also work on technology to improve video quality. The company claims that AV1 technology can provide better video quality even on a weak network. However, the company has not yet clarified how long the new features will be rolled out.
By the way, video calling apps are being used a lot these days to connect to each other during lockdown. This includes apps such as Whatsapp, Zoom and Google Meet in addition to Google Duo. Apart from connecting with loved ones, this is also being used for office meetings.