Allo

Google VP Nick Fox shares sneak peek of Allo for desktop

In a Tweet this evening, Nick Fox, Google’s VP of Communications Products, shared an early look at Allo for the desktop. Although Allo had a decently strong start with over 5 million downloads in the first four days after launch, growth was quite slow after that. So slow that it took almost three months to reach 10

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Allo Site Goes Live! But You Still Can’t Install It Just Yet

Rumors from the beginning of the week pegged September 21 as the day that Google’s Allo messenger would finally arrive and those rumors appear to be correct. Moments ago, Google pushed live the new Allo website and a promotional video, both of which have links to Google Play and iTunes as if the app is available

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Google Allo release rumored for Sept. 21

Google first unveiled Allo back in May, promising to release the smart messaging app sometime this summer. Now a new report claims the company may finally launch Allo this week on September 21. The news comes from Evan Blass, who has a pretty good track record for leaking technology news on Twitter. Initially, he simply said Allo

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Google Allo will feature some scandalous stickers

Just kidding about the NSFW part. But, judging from the screenshots obtained by Android Police, it seems like Google Allo will feature some very sexually-suggestive stickers and (more importantly) it’ll let you delete individual messages. Google announced Allo and Duo a few months ago, and Duo – the video calling app – has been pretty successful

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Google Announces Allo, A Smart Messaging App Based On Your Phone Number

Hangouts is Google’s unified messaging app, but there’s something completely new on the way. At I/O 2016, Google just announced Allo. It’s a messaging client that’s connected to your phone number rather than an email (like WhatsApp). Google has included various smart prediction features, Google Assistant, and of course, stickers (yay). Google has added a few

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