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Duo prides itself on two important features: adaptability to your connection speed (the quality of the stream drops if you're on a slow connection) and seamless transition between Wi Fi and data networks.To achieve the latter, you'll see that Duo activates both Wi Fi and data immediately every time the app is opened, to make sure that the latter is already connected and ready should the Wi Fi signal drop. Now you may tell me that most of my screenshots in this post have a rather bad resolution.
And it can also be disabled, but keep in mind that if you turn it off, you won't send your stream to your contacts but you also won't get theirs when they call, regardless of whether or not they have it enabled or disabled.Once you've made a couple of calls, the bottom overlay will start populating with your most recent contacts. (You can't see me now, but you will in a while.) If you're a geek like me, the first thing you'll look for are the settings.They're nested in the overflow menu, along with Help and Feedback, and there aren't many.Compared to Facetime, Skype, Hangouts, and many other services, setup is faster and simpler, and usage afterward is more straightforward.And yes phone numbers might be ripe for abuse and spam, but so are usernames and email addresses. I'd wager the reason is that Google wanted to do less, but do it better. Launch the app and you're greeted with your face from the front camera on your phone (we've already established it might not be sexy), a white bottom overlay with a button, and an overflow menu on the top right.I would never dare start a Skype or Hangouts video call here because I'm 1000% sure it will either not connect or it will disconnect in the first 5 seconds.
Even Whats App voice calls are often choppy, suffering from 2-3 seconds lag and frequently cutting off and disconnecting. Not only was it able to connect, it also kept the call going against all odds.
Part of what made Whats App so popular as a messaging client, and then again as a Vo IP alternative, was the low-entry barrier (plus free price and multiplatform support).
If you wanted to send an SMS to someone, you must have had their phone number, which meant you could also contact them via Whats App — and for free. Duo is using this same low-entry barrier for video calls.
How can Duo be so good when most of what you're seeing are pixelated images?
Well, those are not a testament to how bad Duo is, but quite the contrary, they prove just how good the app is at keeping the call going regardless of how poor the connection is.
While using the app, I've found this interface intuitive and quite easy to get used to.