The Mountain View giant has made some exciting announcement to its users in India. With hashtag promoting #GoogleForIndia the company has shared that they are building experiences in regional languages across their latest products that include Allo, the instant messaging app.
You might be aware of the fact that Google has finally released their instant messaging app, Allo, which was announced at Google I/O event couple of months back in May. It was recent that the app went live worldwide on Google Play Store. The fun fact is that Google Allo was first made available in India and then later expanded to other countries.
In a tweet posted by Google India, it was announced that company would be releasing Google Assistant feature present in Allo app in Hindi. With a promise of working towards bringing their services to Indian languages, this is a right step as it will bring interests of locals to use regional languages while chatting.
The company has touted some features such as Smart reply in Hinglish, the combination of Hindi & English. Expect some cracking jokes in Hinglish once this update is rolled out. There would be Indian stickers to share making interactions more fun.
While talking about another app, Google Duo. As per current stats, India along with the US has the most number of Duo users in the world. If you weren’t aware of this service, well, let us briefly explain you. The Duo is a simple video call app that is touted to be fast and reliable.
There is a feature call Knock Knock that offers live video of the caller even before answering. It is also endorsed that call quality is adjustable with the network, it means you can enjoy good quality voice calls if your network is strong.