Assistant is a little bit fragmented (if you hadn't noticed) with Google Home, Phones, Android Wear, TV and even Auto all having different amounts of integration.
According to a new blog post from Google's Jan Jedrzejowicz, Google Duo's video-calling feature will be integrated into the Phone, Contacts and the Messaging apps on Android system.
What is expressly clear from Google's announcement is that your video calls will be routed through your carrier's ViLTE service. If not, Google Duo will connect your video call to anyone with the app. It sounds a bit complicated at the moment, but could become clearer as time goes on.
Like the Google Pixel 2's launcher that we reported on earlier today, the guys over at XDA have managed to extract the new Pixel Camera APK for those with the original Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL (running Android 8.0 Oreo or above) to install.
The APK should work on pretty much any Android device with v5.0 or above. It provides you with general information about your battery and how you are using it.
To use Duo, make sure you and the person you're calling have the app installed and activated. Once you update the Truecaller app for iPhone to the latest version, you will notice the new Google Duo functionality within the Contact section under a selected contact. If you have a Nexus 5 or newer device, however, you'll be able to grab it.
That being said, with cheap data rates, people are making the most out of video calling services today.
China withdraws candidate for UNESCO chief
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EU's Juncker says the British 'have to pay'
On Thursday, Barnier and the U.K.'s lead negotiator, David Davis, said there had been progress on the issue of citizens' rights. London has been hoping and pressing for this to happen at the summit. "But not they have to pay".