Thursday, February 15, 2018

Google is Working on an App Called “Reply” - It'll Add Smart Reply to Popular Instant Messaging Apps

Google is already working on an app they called Reply, the name sounds simple enough but there's more to the app than it actually sounds. After 1 year and five months, the mountain view search engine giant officially launched Google Allo, and 5 months after making Google Allo available on a desktop client, the company is now working on building one of the Allo's highlight features, Smart Reply into an independent, single and complete app that will add smart replies to popular messaging apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, etc.
a new app that adds smart replies to popular messaging apps


You're probably getting tons of chat messages and it is in your interest to reply these messages because you wouldn't want your contacts to feel like you're ignoring them or anything. You want to be there for people, but also for people in the real world, so what if replying were literally one tap away?

Google's Smart App will work by guessing what you might response to a message might be, and then adds a button to send that response. 

Reply puts the Smart Reply you may know from Google right into notifications from the chat apps you use most often. It looks like the above screenshot.

Other Things to Try With The Google Smart Reply App:

Do Not Disturb

When you’re driving, Reply can silence your phone and tell people who message you that you can’t chat right now.

Don’t miss the important stuff

When you get an urgent message like “We’re waiting for you!” The reply can make sure to get your attention even when your phone is silent.

Vacation Responder. 

The Reply app can check your calendar and tell people if you’re not working.

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Your Favorite Chat Apps

Reply works with Hangouts, Allo, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Android Messages, Skype, Twitter DMs, and Slack.

Google Smart Reply app is up for testing, but on invites basis which is done by Area 120, a division of Google that works on experimental products. As reported by Android police


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