In this tutorial, learn how to download and install Google Duo on Windows PC or Laptop. You can install Google Duo on Windows PC for free if you use Bluestacks. This emulator allows you to play the free Android version on your computer.
Google duo is an app that lets you make calls via video chat. It’s also super easy to use and amazingly comfortable. In order to use it, though, you’ll need to link the app up to an actual phone number. Otherwise, you won’t be able to video chat with anyone.
Downloading Google Duo on your PC For Free
You can play the mobile version of the game ( which is FREE) with the help of Nox App Player.
Basically, you will need to install the Nox App Player on your Windows PC or Laptop. Then you can download Google Duo from the Google Play Store of Nox App Player.
Make sure your computer meets the recommended requirements to run Nox App Player.
- OS: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7
- AMD Dual Core Processor or Intel CPU (with Virtualization Technology (VT-x or AMD-V) support preferred)
- At least 1.5 GB RAM
- GPU with OpenGL 2.0+ support
- At least 1.5 GB of free disk space under installation path (for saving the data of the apps/games you may install) and 300MB under system disk
- Nox App Player can’t run in Virtual Machine.
- Internet: Broadband connection to access games, accounts, and related content.
How to install Google Duo app on PC for free
1. First, download and install Nox App Player on your PC.
2. Launch Nox emulator and login with Google account.
3. Once this is done, just open the Google Play Store then search for “Google Duo”. When you find the game proceed with downloading it. After the installation has finished you can now use Google Duo app on your computer.
Or you can also install Google Duo on the PC by applying the Google Duo XAPK file if you can’t find an app on the Google Play store. You may also like: How to Download an APK File from the Google Play Store
See also: How To Install XAPK in NOX
After performing the steps listed above you will successfully install Google Duo on PC for free.
That’s about it.