The future of Allo is quite dark since it is quite difficult to trace the figures it has lost, as falling from a top 500 is quite indicative of the situation that has the application.
Is It Time To Say ‘Goodbye’ To Google Allo?
Google Allo reached Android phones last September with a few extraordinary ideas under its arm: it was a simple messaging app, well integrated into the operating system and an advanced assistant who could do anything with voice commands. But, still, won’t able achieve any success among the users or in the field.
After breaking one of its security promises and capturing some more headlines about how well the wizard worked, it completely disappeared from social networks and virtually everyone has stopped using it, because according to the report in the Android Police, citing a report Of App Annie, is no longer among the 500 most downloaded Android applications.
This would not be news of not being because it has taken weeks of that position, which confirms that Google faces another failure not only in the world of the instant messenger, where neither Hangouts nor Duo has been successful but also in the world of the apps, where it seems that it costs more than ever to enter with the same force as other services that are also on the web.
Google’s history of failures is quite broad, though not nearly as broad as its triumphs. Google+ still does not have a broad user base, although it is still working and improving at the moment. Hangouts, although it depends on Gmail in its web version and replaced the previous chat, does not get enough relevance in its mobile app.
As for Google Duo, the way it allows to make video calls is more than good but it is simply harmed by other similar applications of Google. However, the future of Allo is quite dark, since it is quite difficult to trace the figures it has lost, as falling from a top 500 is quite indicative of the situation that has the application.