Google Duo Now Lets You Make Calls From Your Desktops, Laptops: Here’s How You Use The Service


Google Duo now lets you make calls from your desktops and laptops through the new web service. Check out now.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

If you are a Google Duo user, then do check out if you are able to use the app on your desktops (and laptops) which means you should be able to make calls through your browser. You could try this on a Chrome browser as Google’s platform could potentially add value to calls initiated via Duo which again is a Google offering.

Now, to check out whether you can make calls through your browser via Duo, first launch the application and then select “More” and choose Settings. After this, select Add Account and key in your Google account credentials.

Once you have accomplished the above, click here to navigate to the official Google Duo custom portal and enter your phone number along with selecting geographical details. Post this process, you would be sent a verification OTP verifying which you should be good to go to make calls (audio + video) from within your web browsers on desktops.

After have logged in and are using Google Duo through the web browser, you should also be able to receive calls from the desktop and also through your phones. These calls should automatically sync to all devices where you have signed in (with Google Accounts).

At this point in time, it is worth remembering that the Google Duo standalone web client was rumoured to come to fruition; and this comes at a time when Google Hangouts service is set to bid goodbye from as early as October 2019. Now, with Google Duo web client (for desktops), having officially surfaced, users would have an additional option rather than be left only with Google Chats to choose from as far as making calls over the internet (and VoIP calls) is concerned.

Also, it is worth remembering at least for a final time that Google+ would hint the sunset mode from April 2 (that is not too far away from now). If you were a user of the social networking platform which once was seen as an alternative to Facebook, click here to check out vital data concerning privacy of your accounts.

Also Read: After Reports Of Data Being Compromised, Google Releases Statement Saying They Are Shutting Down Google+ For Consumers


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