Allo is an instant messaging mobile app developed by Google. It was announced at Google I/O on May 18, 2016 and launched on September 21, 2016. The app is available on Android and iOS. Allo was announced at Google I/O on May 18, 2016. At the time, Google said that it would release Allo in summer 2016. Google launched the app on September 21, 2016. Allo is based on phone numbers.
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1. SMART REPLY
Allo’s “smart reply” function uses Google’s machine learning technology to suggest a reply to the last message, which can be selected from a few options.
2. INCOGNITO MODE
Incognito mode is an optional mode that includes expiring chats, private notifications, and end-to-end encryption. The encryption uses Open Whisper Systems’ Signal Protocol, already used in the Signal app.
3. WHISPER SHOUT
“Whisper Shout” allows the user to increase or decrease the size of a message to represent volume.
4. GOOGLE ASSISTANT
This is one of the current apps that supports Google Assistant, a conversational virtual assistant.
It carries a number of like-minded features which includes
>> group chatting,
>>and the option to let messages expire.
>>Dedicated Assistant akin to Google Now, which can readily answer your questions and queries with the ‘@Google’ command.
The big thing that’s missing is the ability to make video and audio calls, which was intentional, probably due to the existence of its twin brother, Duo which is a video chat mobile app developed by Google, available on both Android and iOS. It was announced at Google I/O on May 18, 2016 alongside Allo, an instant messaging app. Duo launched in the United States on August 16, 2016 and globally a few days later. Duo quickly climbed to the number one free app on Google Play within two days of its initial release.