Google Duo is a very popular video calling app with over 1 billion downloads on the Google Playstore alone. Google Duo is available on Android, iOS devices and Chromebooks. Since it boasts of over a billion downloads from the Google Playstore alone, means that it should also boast of that same amount of downloads on iOS and Chromebooks. If not exactly the same, it should be a little bit close.
Google has began to roll out the web version of the Google Duo video chat service in order to make it easier for the users of this service to chat with friends and family members on many different devices via the web.
Browsers supporting this service are; Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. It is a surprise not to see the very popular Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10 among the list of browsers supporting this feature.
Google Duo has a simple interface,lets you experience more reliable video calls with excellent video quality whether you’re on Wi-Fi or on-the-go and so much more.
How to use Google Duo on web
Open the mentioned browsers that are eligible to use this feature, head on to duo.google.com, create an account with Google Duo and start making video calls via Google Duo. If you already have a Duo account and have signed in, you’ll see a search box with a list of your Duo-using contacts beneath it.