Amit Fulay, who was Head of Product for Real Time Communications at Google, has left the company. Fulay announced the development on Twitter, revealing he has joined Facebook.
Today is my first day at Facebook - accepted their friend request :)— Amit Fulay (@amitfulay) January 8, 2018
Excited about the opportunity to serve so many users.
As part of his role at Google, Fulay lead several product teams, including Allo, Duo, and WebRTC. He has been quite active on Twitter, especially when it came to announcing new features and accepting feedback related to Allo/Duo apps.
There's currently no information on exactly what role he'll be playing at Facebook and who'll be replacing him at Google, but we expect to hear more on those fronts in near future.
Is it difficult to merge Hangout, Allo and Duo app together ! Why to install too many google app in a simple mobile phone. Multiple idea is stupid
What a girly logics. If you criticize somebody thst person think working good (in fact - not) - you are jealous. Huh. Did you ever tried to use that crappy apps? Do they easy to use or they are unique or giving something new? No. All you can do in ON...
I don't understand why google needs 3 programs/apps when they could have just used 1 app? The hangouts was good , they just didn't upgrade it or add to its features. Why do they need one app just for messaging(allo) and one just for calling(duo) ? An...