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Google released Duo videochat for the web

Written by Matti Robinson @ 27 Feb 2019 9:19

Google released Duo videochat for the web

Google's one of the more recent tries at communication apps has been released to a new platform. Duo, the video chat platform, is already available for Android, iOS, as well as Chromebooks, now you can use it on the web too.
Originally launched in 2016, Google Duo offers easy high-definition video chats with end-to-end encryption. It works well with even low bandwidth requirements and is based on phone numbers so no other registration needed.

Now Google Duo is also available on the web with browsers like Google's own Chrome, Mozilla's Firefox, and Apple's Safari. Currently it doesn't officially support Microsoft Edge, according to The Verge.

To get started, just open your browser and head to You can either log in with your Duo account or choose to create one by entering your phone number.

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