Allo is receiving a new update today. Your audio messages will now be automatically transcribed to text, so people can decide when to listen and have some idea of what they're going to be hearing. There's also a clue that may suggest threaded conversations will be supported.
The latest Google Allo update has code hinting toward the arrival of multi-device support, one of the biggest requested features. It seems they are still early in the preparation stages for bringing the functionality, but it's nice to know it's on the roadmap.
With the latest update for Google Allo, you can grant yourself special admin powers when creating a group chat. Not only that, Google has added a Snapchat-like hold-and-release video-messaging feature.
Most apps will also give users an opportunity to crop the image down before locking it in, that way you don't have to break out a photo editor just to center yourself and cut out other people from the shot. Most people probably never noticed it, but this little convenience feature wasn't...
An examination of the update to v19 for Google Allo hasn't turned up anything notable in the live app yet, but a teardown does promise a few smallish tidbits like Firefox support for the web client and a camera effect that will probably place a sweet dairy treat on your head.
Allo was released on Google Play just over a year ago, on September 20th. It suffered a bit at the hands of hype between its early announcement at 2016's I/O and the actual release, which didn't come for months.
Google made a big decision and faced a lot of criticism when it resolved to launch...
The latest version of Allo for mobile devices was launched, and a new shortcut was found for those looking to access Allo on the web. This has led to speculation that the web client could launch this week.
Google is preparing to kill the blob emoji in Android O, which will feature more conventional emoji faces. Google is using World Emoji Day to talk about the death of the blobmoji. It's giving us some stickers to make up for it, but you have to use Allo to send them.
Google allows businesses to register themselves to adjust the information that appears on their Google search/Google Maps listings. They can add a phone number, change opening hours, respond to reviews, and so on. A new feature is rolling out in the My Business dashboard that allows customers to...
Someone noticed that they were able to add a reaction to a message within the Google Allo application. When someone asked the Allo lead developer, he confirmed that the team is always experimenting with new features.