Google's video calling application Duo is now gaining support on a wider variety of Chrome OS devices, based on user reports spotted on Reddit .
So it appears to be usable on any Chrome OS laptop or tablet with Google Play Store enabled, although it may take some time for the changes to the apps listing to hit every user.
That's following a decision to shift Hangouts in an enterprise-centric direction as part of the G Suite tools on offer from Google.
Since launch, it has received several stability updates but has remained a less popular option due to the lack of web client and cross-platform compatibility features found in Skype, Hangouts, and others alternatives.
What's more, Duo lead engineer Justin Uberti recently revealed that the missing extra features are on the way and will be added in a future update.
Future updates adding more features, a web client, and better call quality should only serve to strengthen that growing user base.
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