If there is an app type that is becoming more relevant, at least while the remote is still in place, video calls are still being made. Private companies like Zoom or Houseparty have grown dramatically, but have now launched services such as WhatsApp or Google Duo.
Fittingly, Google's proposal, has positioned itself as one of the most stable and of the highest quality, with a new update today that announces the most effective means for making even smaller video calls.
Family mode with interactive whiteboard
New for this review is the inclusi on of the option to be able to draw on screen, and to share that image with members of the video call.
As we see in the Google video, it is designed for minors, who know at least one screen in these types of phones.
Visual effects on video call times
One other less important thing is that it is possible to apply the results to the participants' faces as we have seen in other apps like Snapchat or Instagram.
Group web mode
For this new experience we should add only design for video calls on the web. Starting in the coming weeks, we will be able to make calls through the Google Duo desktop interface and many more people in an easy way.
As with Zoom, we can simply connect via link for our friends or colleagues to send to us.