(Last Updated On: January 4, 2020)
New Update of Google Duo will Bring Multi-device Support
In the latest update of Duo, Google brings some exciting features. According to some reports, New Update of Version 27 Google Duo will Bring Multi-device Support. Now users can use more than one device to use Duo.
Just like WhatsApp, Duo accounts are tied to phone numbers rather than email addresses. This prevents Duo users from registering more than one device to one Duo account. However, in the latest update, Google Duo will get multi-device support. It means that users can log-in to more than one device.
Code found in Version 27 confirms that will eventually be able to sign up for Duo with Google account. This news arrived via Android Police, though the APK teardown did not reveal whether multiple accounts can be used on one device.
Elsewhere, Duo will soon add a notification that blocks calls from particular senders. We are not sure yet if this notification will show up as a missed call.
In its previous update, Google Duo brought a new feature that Let You Call Android Users who haven’t installed the App. So if anyone tries to make a video call to any of their friend Duo and they have not installed the app. You can easily call them on Duo.
There’s also a change coming to the way Duo automatically enters verification codes sent to you as SMS messages. That step will soon ask for your permission to read your text messages and notify you that it will send a one-time SMS.
Finally, Duo has redesigned its full contacts page that is accessed by swiping up. Duo’s latest update now shows a search bar that peeks halfway from the bottom of the screen to remind you of the contacts page. Version 27 of Duo will eventually roll out on the Play Store.