Doesn’t Google latest offering seem like another duplication of the same thing? Maybe not exactly the same thing, as the new messaging app Allo is being taunted to have a more intuitive AI than Google Now. Still, why would you have both Google Now and Allo running on your phone? Instead, Google should have collapsed the best features of Allo and Google Now into one app.
The same goes for the other Google’s recent apps like the Messenger and Duo. These two apps really, should have been merged into Hangout. Hangout as a single platform does what both these two apps do separately, but that is just my thinking. Now to the just released Google Allo:
Allo is already available for downloads to Android and iOS devices from their respective app stores. Google is going for user assistant approach with this messaging app. Just like Facebook is doing with its Messenger’s chat bots and Apple iMessage in iOS 10.
Perhaps the most disappointing thing with Allo is the lack of 3rd party integrations, which is weird given Google reputation for making a whole …read more