Question of the Day: It's Finally Here, Thoughts on Allo?

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After a long wait, since Google I/O in May to be exact, Allo has finally arrived. Since this morning’s release, there have been a few vocal folks who have expressed displeasure with it, while others seem to like it very much.

Well, that’s why we’re here, to find out your thoughts on the service, now that you’ve been using it for a solid day. Will you drop Messenger and get all of your friends and family to use Allo? Will you abandon Allo in fear of Google spying on you? There’s no wrong answer, we just want your opinion.

Let us have it.

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