Google Officially Launches Mobile Chat App Allo for Android and iOS Users

Finally the wait is over. Google Officially Launches Mobile Chat App Allo for Android and iOS Users. Google released a smart messaging App, Allo, a competitor for Whatsapp. According to GoogleAllo will help you to make plans, find information, and express yourself more easily in chat. And the more you use it, the more it improves over time.

Google Officially Launches Mobile Chat App Allo for Android and iOS Users

At first glance, Allo looks very similar to many other messaging apps. Like other messaging Apps, You sign up with your phone number. After verifying your identity, the app scans your address book to find people who are also using the app.

Here is a short introductory video made by Google

Using Allo you can send text messages, record a voice message. Moreover you can send a photo with a doodle (for Android only right now), or share a map to your current location. The app also includes a number of themed sticker packs you can use to liven up your chats.

Also Read: Google’s Video Calling App Duo to Support Audio-only Calls Soon

In Google Allo you’ll also get a preview edition of the Google Assistant. With your Assistant in Allo, you can have a conversation with Google — ask it questions and let it help you get things done directly in your chats.

According to Google, the App is not currently available on Play store or Apple Store. But will be available in few days.

Recently, Google has also introduced a video calling App “Duo” for iOS and android users.

For More Information Also Read: Google Launches New Video Chat App Duo-Available on Play Store and iOS

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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