Google I/O Keynote is taking place as we speak and the company has just announced an all new, smart messaging app which learns from the way you talk. This new app has been given the name – Google Allo. According to the officials, the new app has been designed with Google assistant built right into it. That’s not all, Allo will keep your messages confidential and secure and it’ll come with Expression, Assistant and security modules.
Google Allo has stickers which are made by independent artists from different parts of the world. Let’s have a look at some of the main features of the new messaging app. The Whisper/Shout feature allows you to enhance your conversations and add more emotion in your messages by selecting the size of text and pictures you are sending. Naturally, you’d be able to show your moods in your conversations.
Moving on to another feature, as mentioned earlier, Allo learns from the way you talk. This helps Allo to create smart replies which will allow less typing and fast replies. Smart replies not just only creates quick text replies from your most common responses, it also adds stickers and emojis. Last but not the least, smart replies also works when you receive picture from you friends.
This must also be mentioned that Google Allow will be launched this summer, both on Google and iOS. Stay tuned for latest news
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