By leaving it up to you to delete your messages, Google says its AI-driven Allo chat app can do a better job. But your privacy is a trade-off.
Google unveiled it’s new messaging app Allo on Wednesday allowing you to Google things through text message.
But even as it offers end-to-end encryption, Google backed away from another privacy feature.
Google Allo is a neat AI-powered messaging app that makes it almost too easy to make a conversation.
Back when Google first announced its brand-new chat app Allo, the company told The Verge it would only store messages "transiently," not indefinitely. But since May, when the app was first announced at Google I/O, things have change...