Duo encrypts calls, so users don't have to worry about someone spying on their conversations. And as with FaceTime, Duo automatically identifies people in users' address books who can be reached through the app. Duo, is a simple video-calling service that's available for Android and iOS today. Alongside the upcoming messaging app Allo, it's one of two communication apps Google announced earlier this year at its I/O conference, and one of four altogether from the company.
Another unique feature of Duo is Knock Knock, which gives you a preview of who is calling by firing up the camera on the other end of the line. If you're initiating the call, you'll see a little notice that says your video is visible, which means the other person can see what you're doing right at that moment in real time.
Review Of Google Duo:
- Knock Knock feautre
- Super simple interface
- Only phone contacts can be reached
- Works only with good connections
- One-on-one video chat
- Easy to use
- available for ios and AndriodSKYPE
Skype allows you to make both video and voice calls to your personal and business contacts. While email and instant messaging certainly have their place in modern communication, having an actual conversation with someone helps to strengthen your relationship with that person.
Skype offers the same type of instant messaging you might see on Gmail or AOL, allowing you to share documents and quickly move to voice or video if necessary. Additionally, Skype’s instant messaging platform offers a group chat option, giving you the ability to hold impromptu remote meetings or reunions.
Review of Skype:
- Video chat with friends and family
- App can be downloaded onto iPhones and Android phones
- Compatible with Mac and PC
- Basic version is free
- Businesses can use this program to save money
- Building Relationships
- Instant Messaging
- Low Cost