Google Allo App launched, a new way of Messaging

Google today launched Google Allo, a messaging app for Android and iOS with Smart Reply and Google Assistant. You can download Allo from Google Play and Apple’s App Store, though you may have to wait a bit as this is a gradual rollout — like its cousin, “the app will be live worldwide in the next few days.” Keep in mind, however, that both Smart Reply and Google Assistant are English-only for now, with “more languages coming soon.”

Allo is Google’s attempt to create a “smart” messaging app, which helps you not only stay in touch with your contacts, but plan and find information as well. It is supposed to “keep your conversation going, by providing assistance when you need it” as well as let you “say more and do more right within your chats.” In other words, Google is hoping Allo will grow into a platform, like many messaging apps already have.

Unlike Duo, which only requires a phone number to start, Allo also uses your Google account. You can disconnect your account from Allo, however, and the only difference is the app won’t be able to tap into your personal information in your other Google products like Calendar, Gmail, and Photos.

Source:- Google Blog OR Google Play :-ALLO
Google Allo App launched, a new way of Messaging Google Allo App launched, a new way of Messaging Reviewed by Mike Ross on 9/21/2016 01:56:00 PM Rating: 5

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