Kills battery App works well. Quality is cool but when its not being used it destroys battery life. Since ive downloaded it my battery drains much faster. I went out at 52% last night around 830...put in power saver mode and cleared all apps...was at 3% by 1130. Never had this problem before. The app itself is so easy to use and setup though
Great app Best video calling app I have downloaded so far.. Very good video quality.. Picture is crystal clear.. Video sound is perfect and volume level is great. I love how u can see the person b4 u even answer the video call. I like the knock knock thing. The best is that it's made by Google. Everything made by Google is the best. So u know u can't go wrong by using Google duo
Don't look any further I've had Windows Phone for the last few years and used Skype. I thought the pixelated image quality and dropped sound was how it was. Then I crossed over to Android and tried Duo. What an incredible jump in quality. I'm now able to see the other side of the conversation as crystal clear image with clear crisp sound. This is it for video calls, download and look no further. 5/5
Works PERFECTLY way better than even FaceTime for iOS! This app is fast and smooth! Video and voice are both extremely clear thanks to Google intelligently tweeking the app to dynamically change its video quality depending on the internet/data signal thru out the entire video session. So if it senses a weak signal, it will prioritize voice and lower the video quality so you can still get the best possible sound and the smoothest possible video. How clever. All other video messaging apps (even FaceTime) just gets distorted w/no video and drop calls.
Good App This is a really good app, and it has been steadily improving. I do wish you would work on making it work better on low bandwidth connections, and it sometimes switches from a wifi network to a cellular connection, even when the wifi should be good. But that being said it is a pretty easy video conferencing application and I use it a few times a month on average and haven't gotten tired of it.
Undeniably the best video call app I've used I've tried Skype, Facebook Messenger, Viber, and WhatsApp, and was always left unimpressed by lag, data usage, and call quality. Duo easily surpasses all of them with the simplicity of using my phone number for the account and call quality. I use it all the time on the go now, the only feature I would like is the ability to switch to the handset speaker as an option when flipping the camera.