Google Duo on iOS Now Lets You 'Leave a Video Message'

Google Duo Update

Google Duo Update

The new feature will allow Duo users to send video messages. Taking a page from WhatsApp, the company also notes that all videos are end-to-end encrypted, so only the sender and recipient have access to them. So if you want to make a video call to any of your friend on Duo and they have not installed the app. This means the next time when you call someone via the Duo app and they do not answer, you can choose to leave them a video message. There will also be an option to leave a voice message if you prefer. More details on that here.

The update is now rolling out to iOS and Android users, and it should appear worldwide in the next few days. After you've watched one, they'll automatically disappear, though, so keep that in mind.

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Google says that this feature will let users capture and share their important moments even when their friends and family members can't take their call. And after you've watched their video message, you can tap the "Call now" button to easily call that person right back. It already has FaceTime, Apple's proprietary video calling platform, and Duo's presence in Apple's ecosystem makes little sense. Such that, a caller can now send voicemail kinda video messages if their video calls are left unattended or unreachable at the receivers end. Feel free to sound off in the comments section below!

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