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Group Calls on Google Duo for Android Now Allows 32 Participants

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Since the starting of lockdown due to the pandemic situation, video conferencing has become an extremely popular mode of communication. Therefore, this situation has resulted in the rise of popularity of video conferencing apps such as Google Duo, Zoom and many more. People all around the world are resorting to these apps for official meetings, classes or to meet their near and dear ones in these times of social distancing. To meet the rising demands and to compete against the other video conferencing apps, each app is trying their best to catch up with the other by introducing better and advanced features.

Google Duo has adopted many such moves in the past few months as well. Earlier this year, at the end of March, they upped their group call limit from 8 to 12 participants. Now, they have increased their caller limit to 32 participants.

Google Duo had introduced this feature of allowing 32 participants earlier in June on their web version. And now, it is finally live on the Android version as well.

However, the change seems to be a server-side update, so if you can’t call more than 12 people, you’ll have to wait for the update to reach you. More users are expected to receive the feature over the upcoming weeks.

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