Google’s New Allo Messaging App Gets Its Edge From AI

Apple has one. It’s called Messages. Microsoft has one, too. It’s called Skype. Facebook has two of them: WhatsApp and Messenger. They’re all messaging apps—smartphone apps that let you chat with friends and family. But they’re rapidly morphing into something else, a new kind of super communication tool that does so much more than just shuttle texts between people.So, it should come as no surprise that Google is building a new one of its own. It’s called Allo. The big difference is that, well, it comes from Google. Unveiled this morning at the company’s annual Google I/O conference and due to arrive later this summer, Allo will run on both Android Phones and the Apple iPhone, and early signs suggest it’s at least a little bit smarter than other messaging…


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