There was much rejoicing between Google Allo users when the search giant unveiled the messaging app’s web version. At the same time, some folks might be pining for the look and feel of Hangouts, one of Google‘s other messaging apps that now focuses on enterprise. Fortunately for those people, there is a way to make Allo for the web look like Hangouts, thanks to developer +AnthonyNguyen.
To provide some context, the desktop Allo client only works within a Chrome tab – you currently cannot use it with any other browsers. This is why the process of making Allo look like Hangouts, which seems relatively straightforward, starts with you downloading the Stylish Chrome [...]
In February, Google’s Nick Fox posted a screenshot of the Google Allo web client on his Twitter account. At the time, he said that the web version of the chat service was still early in its development cycle. As it turns out, we still have a bit of a wait before the web client of Allo is officially launched.See also: Google Allo vs. iMessage: Which one does it best? February 14, 2017
In a response to a fan’s question about the status of the Allo web client, Fox recently posted, again on his Twitter page, that he uses, and loves, the web version every day. However, he added that while its development team is working hard, “we’re still a month or two from [...]
The Google Assistant inside Allo has been able to converse in English, Brazilian Portuguese, and Hindi since last year, and today even more languages are being added to the chatbot. Google has just announced that the Assistant in Allo can now converse in French and Spanish!
According to the Official Google Canada Blog, Google has made the Assistant truly French Canadian, customizing the bot with elements that are unique to Quebec. Whether you’re asking about local celebrities, artists, or landmarks, the Assistant should be able to answer questions that are specifically relevant to French Canada. To use the Assistant in Canadian French, just say “Talk to me in Canadian [...]
Google Assistant may be rolling out to all Android phones running Marshmallow and up, but the new voice assistant has actually been available on Android devices for some time now, thanks to Google Allo. With Allo, you can summon Google Assistant to perform searches, set reminders, ask about the weather, and a whole lot more.
But what happens when Google isn’t so secretive about what you’ve been searching for? According to Recode, that’s a real problem in Allo right now.Related Articles Google Assistant in Allo: The top features you should know
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