When it comes to rumors and leaks, the Mountain View giant Google is also not lagging behind from its Cupertino counterpart. An Alphabet subsidiary announced plenty of things at the recent I/O event while sharing valuable information to the developers and introducing new software. Both Allo and Duo applications were also announced in the same conference but they were not launched till August.
Google Duo, a video messaging and chat app, had already launched before a couple of weeks. Now, the latest rumor suggests the launching of Google Allo. A well-known Google informer has revealed the release date of Allo, Google’s messaging app, as September 21, Wednesday.
Allo-The Winner among chat apps
After enjoying the grand success of the recently launched Duo app with more than 10 million downloads from Play Store, Google expects the same from its upcoming consumer messaging app Allo.
Google Allo will have integrated Google Assistant, the evolution of Google Now, which was introduced during Google I/O as well. Google Assistant is also said to come with a plethora of features. Buying tickets for a movie or concert or ordering Pizza will become easier with Google Assistant and Allo app.
Allo is rumored to come with other interesting and enticing features. It will have an ability to have conversations in incognito mode along with end-to-end encryption for maintaining privacy. Other features along with end-to-end encryption offer a competitive edge to Allo over its peers like Telegram and Signal.
We can certainly assume that Google Assistant combined with Allo will make wonder for the users because Allo has got 4.8 initial rating even before its launch with the help of positive reviews of pre-registered users. Let’s wait for a day or two for enjoying a revolutionary messaging app by Google.