We all know that Google has too many messaging services. Rather than consolidating the various messaging services, each with its own benefits and pitfalls, the company has decided to introduce another one.
Amazon may be looking to dive into messaging. The Seattle-based company has reportedly been surveying customers about a new messaging service called Anytime. According to leaked images, Anytime appears to be cross-platform, working on both iPhone and Android, as well as through the web. ... Read More »
After a lengthy wait, Google Allo is now available for download on Android and iOS. Google’s new messaging app combines a myriad of features into a single, smart experience that’s designed to make messaging faster, easier, and more advanced. The notable feature of Allo is the inclusion of the Google Assistant and the smart ... Read More »
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Google Allo has been hotly anticipated since its announcement at Google I/O, but several months later, fans are starting to get restless waiting for Google’s new communications app. There have been rumors and teases for quite a while, but nothing concrete. It seems as ... Read More »
Remember back when Facebook Messenger was young and it offered an SMS feature? You could have Facebook messaging and texting in one app, floating above your screen using chat heads. Unfortunately, the SMS feature was removed from the app due to low adoption rates.
Thankfully, Facebook is reintroducing the feature, but it’s better this time ... Read More »
If you haven’t been following all the news from Google I/O from yesterday, Google announced an all new messaging app named Allo. Allo is the French word for hello and the app is going to be in addition to messaging apps already available from Google; Hangouts and Messenger. What’s different about Allo is that it’s ... Read More »
As a messaging service, at first blush, you’d be hard pressed to see how Allo is different from other platforms. You sign ... Read More »
Google Hangouts has never been an extremely successful messaging service. Most people use apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Line, and many others. And with the rumors of Google removing SMS support from the Hangouts app, it seems that Hangouts isn’t getting much attention.
The latest rumors say ... Read More »
It came as a surprise to us, but BBM for Android is still very much alive. The app has hit a new milestone of 100 million downloads on Google Play and it seems people are continuing to use it quite a bit. Now we can’t blame them, the app is ... Read More »