Google Duo is now available via the web on desktops

Written 3 weeks ago by IanDorfman

Google Duo is no longer exclusive to the App Store and Google Play Store, with a web client launching for the service today.

People with Google accounts can now access a web based version of the Google Duo voice and video calling service via https://duo.google.com/ , even if they have never used the service before.

The web version of Small Google Duo iconGoogle Duo is completely compatible and synchronized with the Small Android iconAndroid and Small iOS iconiOS versions. All of your Duo contacts are available, and the web version supports regular widescreen and phone-based narrow video frames.

So far, Google Duo is compatible with Small Google Chrome iconGoogle Chrome and other current Small Chromium iconChromium browsers, Small Mozilla Firefox iconMozilla Firefox, and Small Safari iconSafari. However, it is currently incompatible with Small Microsoft Edge iconMicrosoft Edge.

The service is being actively rolled out, so if you cannot use the web version of Google Duo yet, check back at https://duo.google.com/ every few hours to see if you can access it.

Further coverage:
Android Police
Engadget
The Verge