Google on Tuesday, rolled out a feature to its video calling App Duo where the users can now record a video message if the other person cannot pick the call. But Google allows you to record only a 30-second ephemeral video.
If you are using Google Duo for calling someone and the call is missed or declined then you can record a video that is 30 seconds long and then you are prompted to send it. Once you send it the recipient can choose to save the video locally on their phone. Although, the message will be disappeared within a day after its viewed.
Duo was released in summer of 2016 and it is Google’s take on Apple’s Facetime. Ever since its release, it managed to get a good amount of audience on both iOS and Android. Currently, Google’s Duo is the 17th most popular Social Networking App on Apple’s AppStore.
Google says the new Video Message feature begins rolling out to iOS and Android on Tuesday and will be live worldwide later this week.