Google brings Allo, a smart messenger service
The creator of the world’s most popular mobile operating system, has come up with some features which most of the smart messaging services including WhatsApp and Telegram lack.
As Google announced in its blog-post, with Allo, one can send messages with end-to-end encryption, use private notifications to help keep your chats more discreet, and control how long one’s messages stick around with expiring chats,
But that is not all, the software giant which always surprises users and customers with its innovative ways has come up with three of the most exciting features that smartphone users crave for, one tap photo-editing, in chat Assistant help and incognito chats.
Meet your personal Google Assistant
Google Allo brings you the Google Assistant, preview edition. Find restaurants nearby, share videos to watch, and get answers, right in your conversation with friends. Add @google to your group conversation or chat one-on-one with your Assistant. It’s your own personal Google, always ready to help.
Google claimed that all chats in Google Allo are encrypted using industry standard technologies like Transport Layer Security (TLS). But it went a step beyond this and created a mode within Google Allo called Incognito.
When you chat in Incognito mode, messages have end-to-end encryption and additional privacy features like discreet notifications and message expiration.