Video and audio quality adjust seamlessly to match the network quality both sides are currently experiencing, and transitioning from Wi Fi to mobile networks is expected to be equally as smooth.
Google is positioning Duo to make video chat a human experience, and from what we've seen so far they might just pull it off.
In many ways, Google already managed the "best" video chat service with Hangouts.
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Explaining that sometimes there are connection delays, lag, mobile network issues, and the occasional need to reboot the app isn't ideal — and each of these things is enough for someone who just wants to talk to family to lean on an alternative or just decide to try again later.
This is one area Google promises will be different with Duo.The same update lets the software receive chat messages in the background, and those messages will sync faster across every gadget you own.Whether or not you live on the cutting edge, you'll definitely want to visit the App Store for the update.If Duo is able to improve on what Google already has for video chats, it's going to be a big deal.The most important part of Duo for Google's target audience, however, is this one tiny detail in "Knock Knock." Google has made a big deal of how you get a video call and see live video of the person calling through this Knock Knock feature, and that does seem very cool.The sender can determine how long the receiver can view the image and then the image “destructs” after the allotted time.