Google has started rolling out four new features in its video calling app Google Duo, along with a promise to add more soon.
The search engine giant is rolling out a new video codec technology to improve video call quality and reliability, even on very low-bandwidth connections.
The second feature that Google is releasing on Duo will allow users to click a photo during a video calling.
One can take a photo together to capture the moment on smartphones, tablets and Chromebooks, and share it automatically with everyone on the call. One will be able to do this on group calls and on more devices soon, the company said.