Google has been chipping away at consolidating Google Duo with Google Meet throughout the previous few months. The organization affirmed its arrangements for the consolidation in June this year, after which it carried out an update for Google Duo that acquainted gathering capacities with the video calling application. Presently, Google is carrying out one more update for the Duo application on Android and iOS that at last starts off the consolidation.
As per Google, the most recent Duo update for Android and iOS has begun carrying out in a staged way. It replaces the application symbol and logo from Duo to Meet across the two stages. Moreover, the update presents another home screen notice making sense of that “Couple has been moved up to Meet” as Google’s one-stop answer for video assembling and conferences. Besides, Google has refreshed the Duo marking on the web variant, and it currently shows the Meet symbol and application name.
Google intends to finish the consolidation by September, after which the refreshed Google Meet application (previously Duo) with video assembling and conference capacities will open up on Android and iOS. Over the course of the following couple of months, the organization will likewise divert duo.google.com to meet.google.com/calling. The heritage Google Meet application will stay accessible in the meantime and clients will actually want to use it for gatherings. In any case, it will not accept Duo’s video calling abilities and Google will probably get rid of it following the consolidation.
As referenced before, the most recent Google Duo update with the Meet rebranding is carrying out to clients in a staged way. This implies that it might be accessible to few clients at first, with a more extensive rollout to continue before long.