Despite mixed reviews, newly released Google Allo is Play Store’s top free app
Friday, 23 September 2016 () Google Allo, the messaging app that features an AI Google Assistant, is the number one app on the Play Store. The app has drawn mixed reviews, which criticize a lack of default end-to-end encryption, but praise the Assistant's smarts.
The best part of Google’s new messaging app Allo is the ability to chat with the Google Assistant AI helper. But for now, that's more of a novelty, says WSJ’s Nathan Olivarez-Giles. Photo: Monika Auger/The Wall Street Journal
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