Google has added a new feature of video messaging in its mobile app ‘Google Duo’ so that consumers can send video messages to their friends who could not answer their call.
The company said in a statement, “From today, duo consumers will be able to send video messages to their friends and relatives who can not take their calls. Under this specialty, the consumer can send a 30-second video or voice message to the person who has cut or did not call his call.
The consumer who receives the message will have to click on that option. After watching the video, the option to call the customer sending the message will also be found there. The new video message will be erased within 24 hours but the company has also given the option to save the video. This option is available on Android and iOS phones.