Google Duo declared the presentation of subtitles for video and sound messages on Google Duo. All recorded sound and video messages sent through Google Duo will show captions at the base of the screen when you play the voice message, simply over the ‘Call’ button. This usefulness varies from the standard Live Caption highlight on Android that is naturally changing over any verbally expressed word to message on the gadget. Duo’s auto-inscribing highlight just works with recorded messages and not with live video calls.
As Google notes in the declaration, Duo’s subtitles bolster can be helpful when you earnestly need to tune in to a message in a loud spot. It is an incredible expansion to the availability rundown of Google Duo.
The new element is as of now accessible for iOS and Android renditions of the application, however, subtitles for messages may not be quickly accessible to all clients and may show up on all gadgets in the coming weeks.
Just the other day, there were rumors that in the future, Google plans to close Duo, replacing it with Meet, a service for video calls of similar functionality.