Say ‘Allo’ to Google’s New Messenger App This Week

September 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Time to mark your calendars. Google’s hottest app of the year might be arriving too soon to your devices. According to new rumours, the new Allo messenger app from Google will be making its public debut on September 21.

The latest tipsy comes from Evan Blass (@evleaks), who has revealed in his tweet that the much anticipated app will be going live on 09/21. This also syncs well with the previously scheduled time of launch for Google Allo.

Google announced the new Allo app earlier this year along with its video calling app Duo. Back at that time, there wasn’t any specific released dates mentioned for the two apps, but it was believed that both Duo and Allo will be coming together.  But that never happened, as Duo is already enjoying one month of successful ride on Android devices.



Google also later clarified that the Allo app will be coming out in summer. With fall on the onset, Google has got only a few days left to stick its app to the proposed timeframe. With that said, the new release date does make sense as earlier leaks have revealed that the app is nearing its final stages of development.

Google Allo, which will run parallel to Google’s Hangout messenger service, will be coming out with a load of new features that include neural network powered AI that can provide smart suggestions, personal chat assistant and integration with Google Assistant, incognito chats, integrated GIF searches and more.

The app is currently listed on Google Play where users can pre-register to get notified when the app goes live.

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