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Part of what made Whats App so popular as a messaging client, and then again as a Vo IP alternative, was the low-entry barrier (plus free price and multiplatform support).

If you wanted to send an SMS to someone, you must have had their phone number, which meant you could also contact them via Whats App — and for free. Duo is using this same low-entry barrier for video calls.

Duo doesn't require usernames or passwords, not on your end nor on your friends'.

All you need to contact someone on Duo is their phone number, which more often than not you already have for all the people you might want to video call.

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.

Once you've installed the app, all you have to do is agree to a couple of permission requests if you're running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above, then type your phone number. Once the code is there, you're inside and looking at your own sexy (or not) face through the front camera window.

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.With just a couple of calls, Duo has proven to me that it can replace Skype on my phone and maybe even tempt me to use it instead of Whats App audio calls with certain friends.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.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.

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