Pocketnow Daily: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip UI BETTER than the RAZR?!(video)
On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new features that will come with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Huawei’s P40 in the wild and more
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will lock in 90-degrees for good reasons
The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip would also include a feature that would lock the device in a 90-degree position and shift content in certain apps
Google Duo
Google officially introduces Duo group calling for up to eight people
As previously suggested by reports, Google has now officially introduced Duo group calling where up to eight people can have a video call at the same time.
Google Duo
Google Duo group video calling live in certain regions
According to recent reports, the Google Duo group video calling feature is starting to roll out in some regions, Indonesia being one of them.
Google Duo
OnePlus’s OxygenOS adopts Google Duo as standard video calling app
Google Duo seems to be getting steady pickup from users and OnePlus wants to reflect that popularity back on its own software with deeper integrations.
We could get group calling in Google Duo, plus a low light mode soon
We get information about possible new features that could arrive soon to Google Duo so you can make group video calls and more
Google Duo now on at least 1 billion Android devices
It replaced Hangouts as a default Android app on many devices be they phones or tablets, so it makes sense that it’s spread fast.
Google kills Allo sooner than it will kill(?) Hangouts
Shortly after rumors piled on about recent internal shakeups with Google’s messaging clients, Google came to confirm the news: Allo is dead.
Hands-on with Duo, Google’s new video chat app (Video)
Will Duo successfully be the Hangouts that consumers have wanted or is FaceTime still going to be the way to go for most people?
Why do I need 5 chat apps?
You shouldn’t need five chat apps
When the Internet was coming into its own back in the ’90’s,…
Google Duo and Allo: The death of Google Voice?
Google’s new messaging and video calling services require your actual phone number. Is this the death of Google Voice?