But, this feature is now being rolled out and there are fewer chances that you might find it in your Google Contacts app.
Google will allow users to record a 30-second "video message", when they are unable to accept a call, or if the call gets declined. To play a video message you've received from someone, simply tap their icon. After watching the video message, the receiver may tap the "Call now" button to instantly call the sender. Users can save their favourite video messages to the phone memory, as these will disappear within a day of being viewed. And like all calls made on Duo, video messages are secure and end-to-end encrypted. The feature is live starting today.More news: Apple Looking To Acquire Digital Magazine Service Texture
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Google's video chats mobile app was announced at the company's developer conference in May 2016 and began its worldwide release in August of the same year.
If you have the new send money option in the Google Contacts app, do let us know in the comment section below. In all likelihood, this new feature was enabled via server-side switch while the UI is similar to the one on the Android Messages.
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