Que se passe-t-il après la mort de Allo ?

What happens after Allo dies?

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument regarder les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les blagues chaque jours de manière confortable ?

lire cette sous-routine, semble-t-il, mes amis et moi sommes les rares qui utilisent quotidiennement les Allo et Google il tue demain.

Y a-t-il des conseils ou annonces faites sur ce qui est à venir autre que de se concentrer sur les Messages ? C’est demain que RCS est activé pour les utilisateurs ?

L’assistant intégré à Allo était grande. Aimait la fonctionnalité Whisper/Shout, aussi. Je ne pense pas que n’importe quelle application de messagerie dans un proche avenir sera comme Allo donc nous sommes mal à trouver un remplacement décent pour lui.

à préciser : le point de me poster cela demandait « ce qui est suivant/dans les oeuvres » et pas « quel app utilisons-nous maintenant ? »

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25 réflexions au sujet de “Que se passe-t-il après la mort de Allo ?”

  1. RCS is out of Google’s control. You’re going to have to wait for your carrier to enable it for you.

    As for me, I’m going to hope T-Mobile enables it by then, probably switch carriers if they don’t.

    **Edit**: I didn’t realize Allo was leaving _tomorrow_; I thought I had a little more time. There’s no « hoping » T-Mobile gives us RCS in the next day. I guess I’ll be using SMS in the mean-time, and looking at other carriers if we don’t get an update on it soon.

  2. My friends and I had been using Allo, but we made the switch to Telegram and haven’t looked back.


    Re: RCS – It is now ENTIRELY dependent upon carrier implementation at this point. There’s very little control Google has over the situation at this point.

  3. Don’t worry, in a few months Google will introduce a new chat app. But meanwhile for a few months there will be no Google alternative, this is intentionally done, i order to push the most people on other platforms. Once that, they will launch a new product that nobody uses, so they could kill it next year

  4. I got all my friends/family on Signal messenger about 1-2 years ago, and we’ve not looked back. Ive been trying to not rely on google services anymore, as they kill too many good things. If they can’t make money (by showing ads), they will probably kill it.

  5. I have the same feeling toward Allo. I enjoy it the most among all other messaging apps.

    I miss the auto hint emoji while typing the most. Any other messaging apps offer the same feature?

  6. Call me crazy, but I don’t see why Android Messages can’t have allo built in.

    Forget RCS, I’m saying I don’t understand why Android Messages couldn’t have an instant messenger like allo (whether it be phone number based or Google account based) builtin so I can use that one app for SMS, RCS if I have that enabled, AND IM chat. It doesn’t need sms fallback or anything, but simply add chat (and release an IOS version that only has the chat part).

  7. It’s really dumb that Google is closing it down before the vast majority have RCS universal enabled. Basically telling their users to use another companies app.

  8. Use Telegram.

    It is by far the best thing. I have gotten all of my iOS friends on it and they love it way more than they ever thought and converted a lot more people to it.

    As for Texts, I use TEXTRA as it is still a bit better than Android Messages.

    You can use something like SENDLEAP.com or PushBullet or Join to type online.

  9. I loved Allo although I only knew one other person to use it on a regular basis. I currently use WhatsApp, Telegram X, and Signal. Out of the three, I think Telegram X is my favorite. It’s slick and secure. I only know of a handful of people that use it. Most people seem to use WhatsApp but I’m not entirely thrilled about using anything from Facebook these days.

  10. Man, I’m super disappointed to see it go. I was an avid user since launch — still haven’t found a replacement yet. Will probably just use the messages app I guess. Hopefully RCS expands to Verizon

  11. My wife and I moved to Telegram. We aren’t overly impressed comparing it to Allo. But it does the job. We don’t really want to involve ourselves with WhatsApp.

    As for what is in the works, RCS. Google has put at least some of their eggs into that basket. *For now*.

  12. So, Google is now unable to make a messaging application that works with email address and does not require carrier activation? 🙂

    What happened?
    Why is everyone willing to give a phone number rather than an email address to login to a service?

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