MakeUseOf: A Beginner’s Guide to Google Duo and Google Allo

MakeUseOf: A Beginner’s Guide to Google Duo and Google Allo. “Google has so many apps, services, and projects that it’s sometimes hard to get your head around the infinite number of choices available. And while Hangouts was once its premier messaging app, the company added to its repertoire in late 2016 with the release of Allo and Duo. These two apps serve different functions, but are both handy to have at your disposal. So let’s discuss what both Duo and Allo do and how to start using them!”

CNET: How to use Google Allo on your computer

CNET: How to use Google Allo on your computer . “That’s right, you can put down your phone and carry on your regular conversations on your computer. Perhaps more importantly, that also means you can chat with Google Assistant on any computer through Allo. Similar to using Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant lets you set reminders, ask for GIFs, jokes, receive news and weather updates. Instead of using your voice though, you will type those requests right into Allo.”

Ubergizmo: Google Allo For Web Release May Take Place In ‘A Month Or Two’

Ubergizmo: Google Allo For Web Release May Take Place In ‘A Month Or Two’. “Google’s Allo communication app is only available for smartphones at this point in time, however, it has been known for quite some time now that a web app is going to be released soon. Google is yet to confirm precisely when that’s going to happen. Allo for the web is now being tested and the latest report is that it’s still ‘a month or two’ from release.”

Digital Inspiration: Google Can Remember Things for You

Digital Inspiration: Google Can Remember Things for You. “There’s another interesting option from Google that you may wish to explore for remembering things. It’s called Google Assistant, the voice assistant app that is now available on newer Android phones. If you don’t have one, you can still use Google assistant inside the Google Allo app that is available for both iPhone and Android.”