Google Duo updated with support for Android tablets and iPads

Google Duo updated with support for Android tablets and iPads
Duo, Google's video calling app, has just received an important update that expands its availability to a larger audience. If you haven't yet downloaded the latest update, you might not be aware that Google Duo is now available for Android tablets and iPads.

According to Google, support for Android tablets and iPads will be rolled out to all compatible devices over the next few days, so if your slate doesn't fully support Duo, you'll have to wait a bit until it becomes available.


With the new addition, Google Duo will allow those who use Android tablets and iPads to make video calls while on the move, just like they would if they were using their smartphones.

One thing that's worth mentioning is that the update that brings tablet support to Google Duo users has been released on August 22, but the developers only announced the change today, so everyone may already have the new feature enabled.

source: Google (Twitter) via AndroidCentral

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2 Comments

1. Soundjudgment

Posts: 370; Member since: Oct 10, 2016

iPads.... but not iPhones. Something's afoot.

2. arjun_nambiar

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 29, 2016

What's new in this? I've been using duo in my Tab S3 since I bought it. Google doesn't it??!!

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