The rumors were true, folks.
Its anticipated shutdown schedule may have been delayed, however.
Google really wants you to use its messaging app, Allo. This is the motive behind the company’s new marketing move which drives in the form of a giant food bus (if that’s a thing) that gives anyone a free grilled cheese sandwich simply by downloading
After teasing the utility for a number of months, Google has officially launched the web client for Allo. With the latest version of the messaging app available for Android, you can set it up by grabbing your Android phone, tapping Allo, then going to Menu
Google has updated its Allo messaging app to version 14 across Android and iOS, and with the update brings new message reactions. Now, when someone sends you a text message on the platform, you’ll be able to tap a little heart to tell your friend
We last heard about the upcoming Google Allo desktop client in May when the company’s VP of communications products Nick Fox stated the web app was still a month or two away from being released. This came after an initial unveiling of the client in
Google has updated both Google Allo and Duo with new integrations today. With the new updates, users can now call or video chat Allo contacts from within the app and automatically be transferred to Duo. Both ends need to have each app installed and activated,
Back in February, we got our first glimpse at Google Allo on the desktop. While it was assumed we wouldn’t have to wait much longer for the AI-backed chatting app to launch on the web, it looks like we’re gonna have to wait even longer,
Google really likes stickers. And it feels like the only place they present their interest is in their slowly-failing messaging app Allo. But despite its drop on the Play Store Top 500 charts and low user database, Google isn’t giving up and today announced a
Google has announced an update to their not-very-popular messaging app Allo which will allow those who still use the app to access the Google Assistant from within chats much quicker. Before, you had to type “@google” to access the AI bot. Now, all it requires
If there’s one feature a vast majority of Google Allo users want, it’s probably an official desktop interface. We’ve assumed this feature would eventually arrive at some point, but it was unclear when this time would come. Luckily, it looks like we don’t have much
Google has announced to the media today that a fresh update is making its way to Allo, the company’s messaging service that brings the Google Assistant to chats. It’s unclear what the version number is as of yet, but we’ll update this article when we
Google Allo Updated to v2.0, Includes Split Screen and Direct Reply for Android Nougat, New UI Setting (Update: More Changes Announced)
Today Google released one of the first updates to their messaging app Allo, bringing the software up to version 2.0. This update brings some new features for Android Nougat users alongside those of you who are suckers for UI tweaking. Google Allo now supports multitasking
Over a week ago, we told you that Google was removing Hangouts from the application package manufacturers use to add capabilities to their Android-powered devices. This led to the popular messaging app becoming optional to install as a system app and not a necessity. What’s
As we’ve pretty much all heard by now, Google released their highly anticipated messaging app called Allo yesterday which met fairly well with immediate reviewers. Things like the Google Assistant, stickers, photo sketching, and more were all praised for being so useful. But of course,
After over a four month wait and trailing over a month behind Duo, Google has finally released their highly anticipated messaging app called Allo. This app allows users to interact with others similarly to how third party messaging services like WhatsApp have been doing for
When Google Duo was released over a month ago, no sight of the app’s companion software Allo’s launch date was seen anywhere. It was assumed that this app may launch shortly after Duo’s release or we may have to wait until Google decides to begin
Engadget was recently able to chat with Google’s VP of communication projects Nick Fox to discuss the company’s new apps Allo (a messaging apps with various special features built inside) and Duo (a very simple, straightforward video calling app which just launched today). But the chunk
A new report by Android Police seems to leak two updated icons Google is assigning their upcoming apps Allo and Duo. The icons seem to show off a more illustrative manner of showing off which app is which when opposed to the older icon’s way
Google’s highly anticipated new messaging app Allo and simple video calling app Duo are still awaiting their first public release this summer, however that’s not stopping Google from already updating the apps. The new versions include slightly tweaked icons, however that’s all we know at this time.