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Google Allo 2.0 Update brings Split Screen, Quick Replies and more

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Google released the next update to their newly launched AI-powered social messaging app, Google Allo which is made to work in a better way with Android 7.0 Nougat and offers some new features that were long demanded by the users. AI-powered social messaging app ‘Allo’ was released a month ago and now it’s back with Allo 2.0 update. It brings better working with the Android 7.0 Nougat and also offers you with features like Split Screen feature, Quick replies and more.

The split screen feature is meant for Android 7.0 Nougat users for now which enables them to start a conversation from their home screen itself, not only this there are other options too. These features can be used by hard pressing on your device’s screen and the features would come for you to choose from. This technology is the Google Version of Apple’s ForceTouch.

Google Allo 2.0 Update brings Split Screen feature
Google Allo 2.0 Update brings Split Screen feature

Also, there is support provided for GIF Keyboard and quick replies straight from your device’s notification panel so that even without opening the app you can make use of it. Thus, saving a lot of time when seen in the long run. The “news” about the update was gathered from a tweet by Justin Uberti who is the co-lead on the Allo project.

Send Quick replies straight from your phone’s notification panel with Allo 2.0
Send Quick replies straight from your phone’s notification panel with Allo 2.0

Much like other Google App update, even this update would be rolling out in phase according to location and preference ratio. So, don’t panic if you still didn’t get it as your surely will get it in a few days or hours.

One more thing, these features are only meant for Android users and Google was all silent when talked about releasing the same for iOS users. So, if you are an Apple user using Allo then wait for Google to officially announce anything regarding this for Apple users.

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