There is a plethora of messaging apps out there. It is literally a cut throat market, where one has to be on their toes around the clock, all day, every day. Google recently launched messaging app, Allo is getting a web client so that it can compete well with the likes of WeChat, WhatsApp, and Telegram among others.
That is according to a tweet announcement by Nick Fox, the VP of Communications Products at Google. Google Allo mobile came with machine learning technology, which includes natural language processing advances for search.
— Nick Fox (@RealNickFox) February 24, 2017
According to the picture sent out in the tweet, you can see the Google Allo web client has all the features of the mobile app. Most notable features being the Google Assistant bot, Allo Smart Replies that suggests responses to messages, and stickers.
However, there is no mention of the timeline for the Allo web client release. Until this announcement by Fox, Google Allo as we knew it could only be …read more