• Google Introduces Messaging App Allo, New Video Chat App Duo

    Google Introduces Messaging App Allo, New Video Chat App Duo

    In an announcement no one saw coming today at Google I/O, Google went ahead and unveiled two new apps, one for messaging and another for video chatting.It learns if you are a “haha” or “lol” person, can suggest responses based off of photos being shared (yep, it does photos too), and brings the power of the new Google Assistant.
  • Google's Duo Video Chat App Now Available

    Google's Duo Video Chat App Now Available

    With Duo, to recap, you get an incredibly simple video calling app that is only for performing 1-on-1 chats with friends, family, and whoever else you have a phone number for.And yes, you do indeed need a phone number in order to use Duo, as that is the means for signing up.
  • Google Publishes Duo Commercials Instead of Releasing Allo

    Google Publishes Duo Commercials Instead of Releasing Allo

    Anyway, the commercials feature classic partnerships, such as coffee and cream, peanut butter and jelly, toothbrush and toothpaste, plus salt and pepper.These are apparently all items you could picture having a video chat with each other.
  • Google's Allo Gets File Sharing, While Duo Gets Audio Calling

    Google's Allo Gets File Sharing, While Duo Gets Audio Calling

    Today in Brazil, Google held an event where they made a handful of announcements surrounding some of their newest and/or most popular products.Two that fall in the “newest” category that are receiving updates are Allo and Duo, the communications tandem that was first announced at Google I/O in 2016.