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Google Allo AI-powered messenging app expected this week

Google Allo AI-powered messenging app expected this week

Google this week is expected to release Allo, an AI-powered app previewed in May at the Google I/O confab that’s aimed at adding more pizzazz to text messaging.Google said back then that it planned to release the app by the end of summer, and that would be this Wednesday, Sept. 21.Reliable mobile news blogger Evan Blass has tweeted “Hello, Allo (launches this week),” and Google watchers have been quick to rehash this.

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Google weakens privacy feature in Allo chat app

Google weakens privacy feature in Allo chat app

Google’s new Allo messaging service is under fire from privacy rights advocates for a decision that will make it easier for law enforcement to retrieve chats.Google announced two new chat apps earlier this year: Duo, dedicated to video conferencing, and Allo, a full-featured message client that lets users access an artificial intelligence (A.I.)assistant within chats.

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Google launches Allo — a messaging app that’ll make Facebook jealous

Google launches Allo — a messaging app that'll make Facebook jealous

There’s another new messaging app out today, but this one’s worth a download.While Facebook has been working to integrate bots with Messenger, Google went ahead and built a messaging app around the most useful bot there is: Google (GOOGL, Tech30) search.Allo, which was announced in May but is now available for download, marries Google search with many of the fun features people have grown accustomed to using in other apps.

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