Everyone knows, Google has been a disappointment when it comes to instant messenger sector. The tech-giant never had luck with its slew of social media platform and the fate of the services were eventually to get axed. Not to mention Google+, Hangout and some other which we even don’t remember. The latest to be on the verge of shut-down is the Google Allo.

Since Google has officially announced that the Google Allo will breathe its last on March, 2019 it’s time for the loyal Allo users (is there anyone?) to find an alternative. To make it easier for the current Allo users to take a backup of their chats and Allo contents Google is rolling out a new update, perhaps the final one for the Google Allo.

The latest Google Allo v27 comes with nothing but a new option to export chat history as revealed by the changelog.

What’s New

In case if you don’t know, the update arrives nearly an year after the previous version 26 hit the Google Play Store. Literally indicating how Google had halted the development and planned to shut the service way long before.
Well, the new chat history export can be accessed on the Settings>>Chat section. There you’ll be able to take backup of your chats as a CSV file format. It’s just a text form of file containing the chat history with the necessary details. While, the medias can be saved in the form of zip file. And that’s it nothing much to talk about the update.


Google Allo: Google Play Store.

Let’s hope Google will be hitting the bulls-eye with its upcoming coveted project, RCS based Android Messaging platform. What do you think?


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