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I would never dare start a Skype or Hangouts video call here because I'm 1000% sure it will either not connect or it will disconnect in the first 5 seconds.

Even Whats App voice calls are often choppy, suffering from 2-3 seconds lag and frequently cutting off and disconnecting. Not only was it able to connect, it also kept the call going against all odds.

See, I'm residing in my mountain house now, where reception is beyond terrible: even Whats App text messages take more than 10 seconds to deliver sometimes.

The Wi Fi connection you see my phone using here is a Mi Fi router, so it suffers from the same piss-poor reception as my HSDPA signal, which you may have seen revert back to Edge sometimes.

Compared to Facetime, Skype, Hangouts, and many other services, setup is faster and simpler, and usage afterward is more straightforward.

And yes phone numbers might be ripe for abuse and spam, but so are usernames and email addresses. I'd wager the reason is that Google wanted to do less, but do it better. Launch the app and you're greeted with your face from the front camera on your phone (we've already established it might not be sexy), a white bottom overlay with a button, and an overflow menu on the top right.

While using the app, I've found this interface intuitive and quite easy to get used to.

Duo might not do more than one-on-one video calls, but it has implemented the essentials of that pretty well with mute, multiple camera support, and even a viewfinder switch to let you gaze upon yourself for a while if you need to.

Not because I to see them while I chat with them, but because the simplicity is there and it's enough to make me think twice before opening either app.If you're on the receiving end of a Duo call, you'll see the recipient before picking up if you both have Knock Knock enabled, and Duo will also show you which network it's currently using for its call.If you fail to answer, a missed call notification will appear on your phone and let you either call back or message (SMS) the person back.But even though these seemed like deal-breakers to me when the app was announced, after using it for a few days, I'd argue that they're secondary features to what Duo is trying to be: an instantaneous way for you to get in touch with someone else as if you were near them.If I dare say it, it's the millennial's () approach to video calls.

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