Allo is Google’s answer to Facebook Messenger

Not hello. Allo.Enlarge Image<div id=”8f984792-2fcd-4cbc-b786-dd33758fe772″ class=”enlargeImage” data-component=”globalModal” data-global-modal-options=”{“content”:””,”modalTemplate”:”{{content}}”,”setContentOnInit”:false}”/>An actual conversation with an early version of Allo. James Martin/CNET That’s Google’s new instant messaging app, coming this summer to Android and iOS phones. But it’s not just a way to chat with friends and family, it’s a place to get answers as well. Now you won’t have to leave your conversation when asking Google a question. “We believe users are switching from app to app to get that information […] and the core of communicating with the people you care about gets lost in that deluge of information,” said Amit Fulay, a Google product manager working on Allo. So instead of Googling that restaurant name, you’ll just ask Google from within Allo. You can ask Google things one-on-one, just as if…

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