Google is betting on native Hindi support for Google Assistant as a way to tackle India's ubiquitous messaging service.
At its second annual "Google for India" event, Google launched several new features and services targeted at getting the next billion users online. Allo was prominently featured at the event, with Google stating that it is working on adding native Hindi support for Google Assistant by the end of the year.
WhatsApp, Apple iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts: There’s a good chance you’re already using two or three different messaging apps just to keep up with friends and family. Google wants you to try one more, Allo.
Google introduced its AI "assistant" today, which powers its smart messaging app, Allo. Designed to bring internet search results directly to your private messages, the app is the first to feature Google's assistant.
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