If you recall, Google announced Allo and Duo – new messaging and video calling apps – at its I/O conference this year. While Duo has already been launched, Allo is yet to be released.

Although there no official word yet on when Allo will be rolled out, the usually reliable leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) has now revealed that the messaging app will be launched this week – September 21 to be precise.

To refresh, Allo – like Duo – also uses your phone number to find other friends who are using the app. The app learns how you answer to messages, and based on that learning, it can predict what kind of answers you might reply to a friend’s messages with. To know more about the app, head here.


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