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To battle that, Google made Duo cross-platform and dead simple to use.
You can only call one person at a time, and there's barely any UI or features to speak of.
That way, the text conversation can continue during the video, with the option of sharing visual content like stickers, photos or videos during the video session, which is activated by flicking the video icon in the top right corner.
“We really want it to feel like a real face-to-face conversation,” Livingston explained.
“So the chat becomes a shared whitespace.” In that respect, the video streams are small and float above the text chat unobtrusively.
Interestingly, too, the interface deliberately puts a user’s own video feed to the side so that people can’t spend their time observing — or obsessing over — their own appearance.
"It shouldn't just work on high-end devices," said Fox.
Back in May at its I/O developer conference, Google introduced a pair of new communication apps: Allo for text-based communication and Duo for video calling.
Allo is the more interesting of the two, with its deep usage of the intelligent Google Assistant bot -- but Duo is the one we'll get to try first.
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