Google Duo introduces screen sharing on Android-enabled devices, allowing users to real-time display what's on the screen
Launched in 2016, the Google Duo Video Call app has been constantly improving its popularity, with the latest addition being a feature rarely found on mobile devices. Available free of charge from the Google Play store, Duo lets you switch the ongoing video call between the front and front of the mobile phone and now in Screen Sharing, showing the screen content
For example, users can enable Screen Sharing to give people on the other end directions using Google Maps, show messages or photos in the cell phone memory, and any activity that so far requires screenshots
The new feature is available starting with Google Duo version 34 .