Google has introduced two all-new apps – Allo and Duo at its I/O 2016 event. While Allo is a pretty smart messaging app, Duo is designed to be a cool video calling app.
Primed to be highly user-friendly, Google’s new apps are all set to rock the world. Here are the ten most interesting facts you’d love to know about them.
Ten Most Interesting Things about Google’s Allo and Duo Apps
#1. Allo has been developed to be an instant messaging app which is going to be available for both iOS and Android.
#2. Allo will feature an in-built Google Assistant.
#3. The “Google Assistant” integration will allow Allo users to search for flight, events, theatres, hotels and more from the app itself without needing to quit the messaging app.
#4. The messaging app will come with “Smart Reply” that will offer suggestions of reply while texting. With the use of artificial intelligence, the app is able to read your texting pattern and then suggests replies accordingly.
#5. While messaging, you will be able to increase the size of the text.
#6. Besides, you will get the option to even write on pictures before sending them.
#7. Google’s messaging app will feature “incognito mode” with end-to-end encryption along with discreet notifications.
#8. Google’s Duo video calling app has been developed to work even on low networks.
#9. Though the Duo calls are in HD, the video calling app will be able to adjust the quality itself in case the network is poor.
#10. It will come with a feature called “Knock Knock” that will allow you to see the preview video of the caller before starting the call. It will also feature end-to-end encryption to provide much-needed privacy and security.
Read More: How to Use Google Duo on iPhone and iPad?
Both the apps will be available this summer. What’s your thought about them? Will they be able to give a strong competition to WhatsApp, Facebook, FaceTime and Skype?
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com, who has a keen eye for news, rumors, and all the unusual stuff around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting content on social media.