Google released a new messaging app extension this week with Reply, a smart reply generator for Android messaging apps. Reply works with apps like Microsoft’s Skype and automatically generates replies for you, much like Google already does with its Allo app. Show More Summary
Google is extending its ‘smart reply’ feature to third-party apps. It’s also going to get a little smarter when suggesting replies. The feature is already available in the mobile Gmail app. When reading an incoming message, users see three suggested quick replies that are based on the content of the message. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Google's Area 120 experimental division announced its latest creation – an Android app called "Reply." Reply essentially brings Allo's Smart Reply feature to all of your communication apps, and it's now availableShow More Summary
Instant messaging apps are a dime a dozen these days. iMessage, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Allo, Slack... pick your chat poison. No matter how time-consuming they are, we can’t live without them, and I dare not envision an alternate universe where we’d be stuck using only SMS messages to communicate with each other. Show More Summary
The app adds Smart Reply functionality to WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and other messaging apps.
Just like smart speakers, you can command these devices with your voice. Even better, they can use their screens to help illustrate their replies.
Google is currently testing updates to smart replies, a feature that's common to Gmail users, and predicts the way you might respond to a message, providing you suggestions and one-tap buttons to use them. According to Android Police,...Show More Summary
Google's Area 120 team is working on an app to bring a Smart Reply feature to every major chat platform.
Smart Reply, my favorite Gmail feature that lets you respond to emails by simply tapping on a contextually relevant message, is coming to a bunch more apps, thanks to Google’s experimental division, Area120, reports Android Police. The new superpower will arrive in the form of Reply, an app that the company is slated to begin testing soon. Show More Summary
If you've wanted to use Google's canned Smart Replies in chat apps, you've been limited to using Allo or (if you're on the right carrier) Android Messages. But what if you're one of the many, many people using something else? Don't fret:...Show More Summary
Smart Reply, the AI-based feature in some of Google's messaging apps that automatically suggests replies for you, is most likely going to work in major chat apps sometime in the future.
Smart replies are available in a few Google-made applications already, such as Inbox and Allo. If you have never used them before, they are AI-powered responses to messages you receive from others. For example, if someone asks “Where are you?” in Allo, the software recognizes this, then delivers options for you to respond with. Show More Summary
Two years ago, Google announced a new feature for Inbox called "Smart Reply." Smart Reply could automatically recommend replies for you to send based on the context of messages you received, and it later expanded to the likes of Allo...Show More Summary
Smart Reply, the clever A.I.-powered technology that automatically creates responses to your inbound messages, first debuted in Google’s email client Inbox over two years ago, before later rolling out to Gmail, Android Messages on Project Fi, and Allo. Show More Summary
Android Messages is adding a new Smart Reply feature you've probably seen inside apps like Gmail or Allo. Unfortunately this is exclusive to Project Fi customers at the moment, so the rest of us will have to wait.
Today, Google is adding the super-convenient Smart Reply feature to Android Messages, but only for Project Fi users.
Google today said it is bringing the smart reply feature from its Gmail app to the Android Messages app. The tool automatically generates several responses to incoming messages, which users can select and send with a single tap. The feature will first reach Android Messages on Project Fi smartphones. Show More Summary
Back in the day we used to have to dig into a text messaging app or deal with annoying pop-up notifications if we wanted to reply to someone. Thankfully our smartphones are a lot more capable these days and being able to quickly to reply to a conversation is getting a lot easier. If you [...]