Google’s video chats mobile app, Google Duo, added a maximum of 12 people in a group call last March. Now it has been reported to increase it to 32 people.
The use of video conferencing apps has increased in the coronavirus lockdown. Many people consider the maximum number of people that can be added to a group call when choosing such a tool. That’s why video conferencing app developers are increasing the benefits of their apps. Google’s video chats mobile app, Google Duo, added a maximum of 12 people in a group call last March. Now it has been reported to increase it to 32 people.
According to the technology website Android Police, Google has confirmed that it supports 32 people with video calls. Google is already promoting a new feature.
The day after the release of a Google blog post, it was revealed that Duo users will soon be able to make group calls on the web. This new layout will have the advantage of seeing more people at the same time.
Google isn’t the only one working to increase video calling apps. Last week, Microsoft announced that it was adding 250 people to its ‘Teams’ tool. Currently, 100 people can join the team. The free version of the popular video conferencing tool Zoom can add up to 100 people at once. Recently, WhatsApp has doubled the number of users added to video calls. Now 6 people can join WhatsApp.