Google Pay now allow users to send money via Google Contacts

  • Google Pay now allow users to send money via Google Contacts

Google Pay now allow users to send money via Google Contacts

Google's Duo video chat app has started receiving "video messages" feature. With video messages on Google Duo, users can now capture and share important moments, even when the receiver can't take the call.

Google Duo certainly draws the line before the common video calling apps, despite boasting nearly the same functionalities.

If the person you're calling declines or misses your call, you can record up to 30 seconds of a video (or voice) message. The rollout of this feature has begun from today, with all devices holding the app set to receive this capability soon. After watching the video message, the receiver may tap the "Call now" button to instantly call the sender. But, you can always save your favorites locally to your phone. Google says that like all calls made on Duo, video messages are also secure and end-to-end encrypted. A report from Android Police indicated that a certain user came across the "Send" option on their Google Contacts app.

Google Duo lets users make video calls in high definition. Also, note that this is a server-side update, but do make sure to have the latest version of the Google Contacts from the Play Store to use this new feature. In all likelihood, this new feature was enabled via server-side switch while the UI is similar to the one on the Android Messages.