Google announced two brand new messaging applications Duo and Allo back at Google I/O this year.
Only Duo has been released to the public on the Google play store while nothing has been heard of Google’s Allo
Google has been silent about the release date for Allo apart from a summer release.
Famous twitter leaker @evleaks posted a tweet saying only “Hello, Allo (launches this week).” No other details, or a more specific release date.
As Per the App – Allo uses your phone number as your primary identification, instead of a Google account – Anyone with your phone number can send you messages on Google’s Allo (as well as Duo).
Other features include optional end-to-end encryption, the ability to talk to Google Assistant, and some funny sticker packs and Emojis