Google Duo is the search giant's app for video and voice calls, and today it has launched a feature to let you leave contacts messages when they don't answer. If you're calling someone and that person declines the call or misses, you'll be able to leave him/her a video message.
The video messages can be 30 seconds in length and they disappear automatically after a day.
Google says the update is rolling out to both Android and iOS users now. Now, a new video messages support that has made its way to the Duo must be a long yearned add-on for majority of the Duo users. "Sometimes, your mom isn't free for a video call at the moment you're trying to show off your culinary masterpiece". For Android, it's easy to see the necessity of Duo. However, recipients can choose to download the message to their camera roll before the deletion. So if you want to make a video call to any of your friend on Duo and they have not installed the app.
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Video messages in the Duo app can be played by tapping on the sender's icon. A user can simply tap on the "leave a video message" tab to record a message and send it to the contact.
Once the video message is received on the other end, for a better user experience, A "call now" button is also displayed after messages are played back by the receiver.
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