Google has decided to stop supporting Allo and focus on Messages instead
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Introduced in late September 2016, Google Allo received its final updates about 10 months ago, at the end of January. Available for both Android and iOS, this smart messaging app is no longer supported by Google. Even more, the tech giant has confirmed that Allo will go down for good next year, in March.
According to Google, "Given Messages’ continued momentum, we’ve decided to stop supporting Allo to focus on Messages." Allo users will be able to export all their existing history from the app until March 2019. For more details on how to do this, those interested should check out this page.
Google's Messages, the app that already received some popular Allo features, including GIF and desktop support or Smart Reply, is now actively used by more than 175 million users on Android each month. Google is currently working closely with the mobile industry to bring more features to the traditional SMS system, such as group chats, high-resolution image sharing, and more.
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