Google updates its smart app ‘Allo’ with GIF library and also one tap way in to Google Assistant
The tech giant ‘Google’ recently has modernized its smart messaging app ‘Allo’ with few new and faster behaviors to have expressive conversations. The all new features are a GIF search capability in the chat window, animated emoji, and one valve access to personal version of the Google Assistant. Rolling out on Android straight away, the new features will be headed to iOS “soon”.
After tapping on the smiley icon, the GIFs can then be explored from the chat window itself descending through the preliminary set of suggestions. Then, a search bar emerges that users can input a text cord to search for GIFs in. The update comes soon after Google introduced the @Lucky chatbot to Allo that lets users to intermittently use a relevant GIF in their conversations.
The frequently used emoji’s also have animations now; also the users can customize the dimension in which they show up in the chat window by using a scale slider that appears to the right of the screen while posting the animated emoji. The animated emoji are meant to more realistically represent reactions, an improvement over static reactions.
With Google Assistance one can the benefit in the chats which gets easier with a latest Assistant icon that appears amid the smiley icon and the send icon. Well, not only that the Google Assistant gives relaxed answers to the questions, instead of boring responses. Preface of the innovative and fresh features was proclaimed in Google’s Keyword blog.