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But my last few days with Duo have shown me another side to the story.Duo isn't trying to revolutionize video calls, it just wants to approach them from a more modern perspective, one that builds on our smartphone-carrying habits, our needs for immediacy, and our disdain for complexity.
Yet, as you probably know, jailbreaking your handset will allow you to bring i P4play with you anywhere; whether it's on the bus, in a Starbucks line or at work.You can set the phone to vibrate or not when receiving a call, limit mobile data usage, unregister your phone number in case you're switching numbers or don't want to use Duo anymore, see and manage your blocked numbers, and activate one of Duo's unique features: Knock Knock.This basically shares the caller's video stream before the recipient answers the call, as a way to entice them to pick up the phone.Once you've made a couple of calls, the bottom overlay will start populating with your most recent contacts. (You can't see me now, but you will in a while.) If you're a geek like me, the first thing you'll look for are the settings.They're nested in the overflow menu, along with Help and Feedback, and there aren't many.As you may have heard, Steve Jobs is on the edge of revolutionizing yet another industry; sex hotlines.
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Thankfully, Knock Knock doesn't work for contacts you don't have in your address book - a nice way to avoid unsolicited images from people you don't know.
And it can also be disabled, but keep in mind that if you turn it off, you won't send your stream to your contacts but you also won't get theirs when they call, regardless of whether or not they have it enabled or disabled.
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.
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.