A new version of Google Allo has started rolling out with exciting features. The new v2.0 update may take days to hit your Playstore, as Google is still rolling out the new Allo update. As I said, it may take a few days before every single Allo user receives the new version. And depending on where you live, you may not get the new update if you go and hit Install right now.
No need to worry, Google Allo v2.0 will surely hit everyone soon.
Google added new features to its Allo chatting app.
The features include a splash screen when you start it, and it supports direct share, meaning you can directly share files from the Android share menu to the contacts you most frequently chat with (without first needing to select the app).
The split-screen multitasking which is seen on Android 7.1 Nougat, is now added to Allo. You can also reply to messages directly from the notification bar, as well as a Monochrome theme which you can enable in Settings.
On Android 7.1 Nougat, you can now long-press the Allo icon to see App shortcuts. And if you’re rocking the newest release of the OS you’ll also get GIFs inside the keyboard.
Inserting these in Allo is now a go. Finally, you now get direct voice recognition when you’re chatting with the Google Assistant.