Say Hello to Allo – Google’s New AI Messaging App

Google just launched Allo, its brand new intelligent messaging app. Goedkoop Nike Air Max Soldes Nike Pour Homme Allo combines the standard messaging features such as stickers and marked-up photos with Google Assistant, an intelligent chat AI system that brings Google’s services to your conversations. Fjällräven Kånken Big

Google Assistant is available in two forms

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  • The second form is within your conversations. Google Assistant can be brought into chats by tagging the service in a message line and issuing a command. asics schoenen New Balance 574 Pas Cher For example, a user can type “@google show me local shawarma places” and Google Assistant will show the local Shawarma places near you. nike air max tn pas cher Users can also bring in other forms of information, such as Google Search, Images as well as YouTube results. However, the software giant quickly states that the Google Assistant is in “preview edition” and isn’t complete yet. nike pas cher To help improve Assistant, users have the option submit real-time feedback with conversations.

Learn Your Texting Habits

Allo is also equipped with a feature called Smart Reply. mochilas kanken big This app can LEARN your own TEXTING HABITS and suggest replies. What’s even more astonishing is that Allo can even learn if you have a tendency to use “lol” or “haha,” or even if you like to greet someone by saying “sup?” or “hey how’s it going.” As soon as it figures out your reply patterns, it can suggest quick basic responses. The Smart Reply can also adjust to how you respond to certain people. nike pas cher air max noir For example, BuzzFeed stated that it can make suggestions whether you are talking to your boss or wife. snowden-warns-users-not-to-use-google-s-allo-app-504394-2

Encryption & Self-Destruct Capabilities

The Google Allo chat data is stored on its servers, however Google has extended its Incognito Private mode to the app – which means that it comes with end-to-end encryption and self-destructing capabilities. In fact, users can set the time limit for their messages to self-destruct after 10 seconds, 30 seconds, a minute, an hour, a day or even longer.


Google Allo is currently being rolled out and available for IOS and Android phones – although some people may have to pre-register for the app. It will need a phone number to register.

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