The Google Duo has become a popular video calling app in the four years since its launch, and now a new report claimed that the search giant plans to replace the Duo with Meat. According to a 9to5Google report, Javier Salter, the new head of Google Telecom Services, sees no reason for both services to existing.
Ever since the epidemic began and video calling services have grown in popularity, Google has steadily improved meeting and even made it free for all types of users.
Google recently announced that the peak daily usage of Meat is over three billion minutes of video meetings and nearly three million daily new users. The number of daily meeting participants exceeded 100 million.
Additionally, the Duo itself has also become popular among consumers, as it is now used by many Android device manufacturers as the default video calling app. Google Duo was introduced in I / O 2016 as a new consumer messaging strategy to replace Hangouts.