The pandemic has made video calls an essential part of our lives. Whether you’re working from home or just trying to keep in touch with family and friends, making video calls is an easy way to do it. But if you’re unfamiliar with how to make a video call on your Android device, don’t worry—we’ll show you the ropes. Learn How to Video Call on Android?
How to Video Call on Android?
- Making Video Calls Through Google Duo – Google Duo is Google’s answer to Apple’s FaceTime and it works with any Android device. The app is free and easy to use, so it’s a great option for those who want a reliable, straightforward way to make video calls. To get started, download the Google Duo app from the Play Store (it should be available for free). Once the app is installed, open it and tap “Create account”. You’ll then be asked to enter your phone number or email address. After that’s done, you will be asked to set up a profile picture and name before being taken into the main interface of the app. From here, you can start a video call by tapping the camera icon at the top right corner of your screen. You can also add contacts by tapping on the “Contacts” tab in the bottom-right corner of your screen. Once that’s done, all you have to do is select who you’d like to call and press “Call”. Your contact will receive an invitation that they can accept or decline. When they accept, you’ll be connected! Keep in mind that both participants need an internet connection for the call to go through successfully.
- Using WhatsApp for Video Calls – WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps out there and it allows users to make both audio and video calls over their internet connection. To use WhatsApp for video calling, both parties need to have WhatsApp installed on their phone or tablet (the app is available as a free download from either Google Play or App Store). After opening WhatsApp on your device, tap “Calls” at the bottom of your screen then select which contact you would like to call from your list of conversations/contacts on WhatsApp. Next tap “Video Call” which will prompt you with a request asking if you want to allow WhatsApp access your microphone/camera (this permission only needs to be granted once). Once accepted, your contact will receive an invitation that they can accept or decline. If they accept, then hey presto—you’re connected!
As technology advances at breakneck speed, so too does our ability for staying connected via video calls across devices regardless of whether we are using iPhone or Android phones – making communication between loved ones easier than ever before! With this guide in hand, we hope that all Android users out there now know how – and where – they can make reliable video calls whenever they need them! Have fun connecting!