Months after revealing that its video calling app Duo will soon start offering audio-only calling as a feature, it was last week when Google finally announced that the functionality has started rolling out.
While only Brazil was getting it so far, that's not the case any more.
#GoogleDuo Audio calls is rolling out worldwide now ...— Amit Fulay (@amitfulay) March 27, 2017
As clear from the aforementioned tweet from Amit Fulay, who is Head of Product (Allo and Duo) at Google, the feature has now started rolling out worldwide. So if you have been waiting for the feature, it shouldn't be too long before you get to use it.
Here's a good idea for google to ponder! Bring schedule messaging to gmail just like text schedule messaging.
The only permanent mainstay is Facebook and its Messenger and WhatsApp along with iMessages/FaceTime for iOS users. In the Philippines, Viber is still a big thing but I think FBM is killing it now thanks to having the call feature and easier to searc...
Seriously what has happened to viber! Google and Facebook has killed lots of they competition with they're mindset of wiping out competition instead of beating them. Hope snapchat which is in trouble now due to this will survive.