Those who've opted from iOS to Android are well aware of the nuisance that comes with FaceTime and iMessage. Fortunately, Google has brought an answer in the form of its own indigenous messaging apps named as “Allo”.
After a recent launched of Duo video messaging app in August, Google has now announced that its smart messaging app, Allo, will be released globally in coming days.
Allo enables users to send messages, images stickers, doodles and much more to each other, despite the fact whether they use it on an iPhone or on an Android device.
Along with the above-mentioned features, Allo also features Smart Reply, a function which enables users to reply to messages without typing a word. It does this by learning the way you chat, so it will prompt templates for common messages and save your time.
Those concerned with security feature will appreciate Allo's Incognito feature. Incognito mode will allow users receive personal notifications and send messages with end-to-end encryption just like WhatsApp.
Download it right away and decide whether you want to switch from WhatsApp and iMessenger or not. Coming days are going to be interesting when more and more people try their hand on ALLO.