Google Allo, a next generation and Artificial Intelligent Social Messaging App, is here and is now available for download from the Play Store. Google has finally made it!! App is now available and we have found it very interesting and electrifying app but with some privacy issues.
What we Like in Allo
Today we have got full package of Allo, by initial impressions we have got to know upto what extent this app can be used to automate messaging and flow of information. There’s a lot of data that app inhales and shows up you the fascinating stickers, mesmerizing answers to your queries. Even If you’re bored you can play games, watch funny videos, can have jokes, quotes and some out of bound information. There’s lot more that you can do with this inbuilt Google Assistant clone in Allo.
You can even increase the font size of conversation to show the depth of your words. Also, There’s a third person or group integration with Google Assistant.
You can checkout mails from your Gmail within the app. Also you can plan, watch, eat and find direction by using the app. There’s lots of things it can do for you that even we have not imagined.
What We Don’t like
Despite having these tremendous overwhelming features, there are some issues also. As said for Artificial Intelligence, there’s a dire need to Data to make Artificial brain more intelligent. So the same is the matter with Google Allo. It needs more and more input from user to better understand us. So, Whatever your are typing in non-incognito mode is getting recorded and further it is used by Google Assistant to make connections in neurological way.
Google told us back at Google IO that the messaging app is going as a step forward for privacy. Alongside the end-to-end-encrypted Incognito Mode, the Allo team talked about bold new message retention practices, storing messages only transiently rather than indefinitely.
But now, they are storing it indefinitely for non-incognito chats. Google has came back from its sayings. The records will now persist until the user actively deletes them, giving Google default access to a full history of conversations in the app.
As per Google they have changed it to make Allo’s smart reply feature much more useful.