Google unveiled their new video messaging app at Google I/O 2016, called Duo it aims to take on FaceTIme and Skype, providing a free 1-to-1 video calling solution.

Today, that app has been released on both iOS and Android.

You can download the app for free either via the Google Play Store on Android or via the iTunes App Store, allowing you to make video calls to your friends and family from a mobile device for free.

The app also comes with a number of features that build upon Google’s Hangouts service, with a new specific feature called Knock Knock which shows a live video of the other people before you actually pick up the call.

The app is also end-to-end encrypted.

Google has said that the service will be rolling out around the world over the next few days, so if you don’t see on your respective store now, then you might see it later.

In the meantime, you can check out the video below to take a look. You can also read more at the source link at the bottom of this article.

Source: Google Blog

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