Stop me if you've heard this before: Google has a plan to launch a unified messaging system. But this time it's different — Google is going to launch a new service called "Chat," built right into Android Messages using RCS.
Although it might not be the most popular of the bunch, Google's Allo messaging service still has a lot to offer. Allo Activites is a bundle of new features that were recently discovered, and here's what they'll offer.
One of the main drawbacks of Allo has been the lack of a desktop version, but it looks like that's about to change. A tweet from Google's VP of Communications Products Nick Fox shows a screenshot of Allo running on the desktop.
Back when Allo debuted, Google said that it would bring Hindi support to the messaging platform before the end of the year. The update is now being rolled out to the Android and iOS apps, allowing Google Assistant to understand and respond to queries in Hindi.
If only all messengers were this customizable. I like Allo. Granted, I'm forcing my husband to use the app as our primary means of communication, but it's because I genuinely enjoy the variety of customization as we're typing messages back and forth. Google has updated Allo with more friendly functionality. There's now a feature called Smart Smiley that pops up relevant emojis as...