Google Duo, Google's big video chatting app that's been around since August 2016, is just now getting support for video calls on Android tablets and iPads.
The Duo Twitter account confirmed this news on August 27 and noted that the new functionality will be rolling out to users "over the next few days."
It's hard to believe the app's gone this long without support for larger form factors, and while it's great to see this is finally being added, it seems like a strange feature to put resources in before group video calling when users have been nagging for that pretty much since Duo's release.
If you're a Google Duo user, what do you think about the new support for tablets?
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