It's not exactly clear how the in-app browser will help cut the spread of fake news as much as the other feature on WhatsApp.
Google Duo seems to be getting steady pickup from users and OnePlus wants to reflect that popularity back on its own software with deeper integrations.
Google is using machine learning to block more spam on Gmail. WhatsApp is trying to cut users who spread fake news as an election looms in India.
The feature, officially titled "Remove for Everyone," lets Facebook Messenger users delete their own messages from the entire conversation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company has its eye on simplifying the direct messaging systems, but it would be a long game.
In fact, this will impact G Suite customers, more likely on the enterprise side of things. We know that Google Voice integration will be saved.
It replaced Hangouts as a default Android app on many devices be they phones or tablets, so it makes sense that it's spread fast.
Shortly after rumors piled on about recent internal shakeups with Google's messaging clients, Google came to confirm the news: Allo is dead.
A G Suite lead says that remaining Hangouts users will have a safety net in messaging with Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet.
WhatsApp automatically logs down chats, pictures, audio, video and whatever pipes down your conversations. That's a lot of space taken up.
Who cares if your computer is a Mac or Windows or even Linux? If you have a web browser, you can access your Android phone's messages now.
Technically, Allo is not dead... just yet. But you may want to switch to Android Messages already, and get ready to forget all about archaic SMS technology.
As the older BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows platforms well and truly die off, Android Gingerbread is seen as a clinger for WhatsApp.