According to the report of Android Police, Google Duo is now available for a web browser with the same features as the Android version, Chromebooks version, and iOS version.
Google Duo has an ability to help users to call their friends and family with a high quality of videos. The user will need to select a contact that they want to face to face call. The web version also has a Knock Knock feature, which users can view a live video of the person calling them and an icon that will need to swipe if they want to accept the call or decline it. The app also has a feature that will let the user send a short video clip to their contact by long pressing the record video icon. The contacts of a user can be synced by just signing in their account. Android Police added that the new version has voice and video calls support.
The new Google Duo web version is expected to roll out globally.