It’s been awhile since Google officially announced Allo, a new smart messaging app at its I/O Developer conference in May earlier this year. Last week, there were speculations that Google will release the app officially on September 21. Google indeed made it official in a blog post early this morning saying the Allo roll out has begun for Android and iOS.
Google Allo enables users to respond quickly by suggesting replies by itself. You can also send photos, stickers, and emojis to your contacts. One of the exciting parts of Allo is personal Google Assistant. Now you can have conversations with Google’s intelligent chatbot, ask questions, suggestions, or say anything you want.
We have noticed that Google is rolling out the app in stages. What it means is despite Google releasing the app officially, you still may not be able to download it on your Android or iOS device. However, Google has made it clear that the app will be available worldwide in the next few days.
Some of us at Pricebaba who had pre-registered to download the app were able to do so on their Android phone. Surprisingly, few Android users despite pre-registering for the app were not able to download it.
If you want to download Allo on your Android phone, go to the app page on Play Store. In case you are unable to download it from the Play Store app, we recommend you to manually visit play.google.com from a desktop and click install after selecting your device.