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There might be a Google Duo rewards program on the way to incentivize you to convince your friends to stop using WhatsApp.
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If you've ever wanted to use Google Duo on multiple devices, well now you can! Smartphones, tablets, and even some Chromebooks work.
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Being able to share your screen within Google Duo is nice and all, but what use is the feature if it doesn't work properly?
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Duo users can now send encrypted video messages when the person they are calling doesn't pick up.
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Some users can get Duo video calls even if the app isn’t installed

Some users are able to receive Google Duo video calls despite not having the app installed. A preview version of the app pops up and allows users to accept or reject the call.
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Google Duo getting web support, group calls and better audio, says lead engineer

Google's Justin Uberti teased the new features on Twitter, but they might take a while to get here.
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Google adds video calling through your Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps

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