Google Duo for Android Now Allows up to 32 Video Calls in Group

Google has delivered on its earlier promise to expand the number of Google Duo video calls participants. Support for up to 32-person calls is now rolling out on Chrome to Pair, ramping up the capacity of the network to scale to compete with Zoom calls.
The development comes around a time when people around the world are using the coronavirus pandemic-owned video-chat tools heavily. New AR effects that match the user’s facial expressions are another new feature that is now anticipated.
Google had suggested earlier an rise in the number of participants for a group call on Duo but did not reveal the number. The increase in participants was also reflected in a promotional e-mail sent by the organization, according to the study. The program currently requires 12 attendees to make a community call.
Google Duo is now on par with Apple’s FaceTime at 32 members, but still less than Skype’s 50-person limit and Zoom which allows up to 100 users.
In the meantime, the company also plans to make community video calls available from its laptops and PCs for consumers. It may not be able to support 2 participants as it does on a smartphone, but it has revealed last week that the company is working on a new layout that will at the same time allow more people to.
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