Google Allo now finally roll out Hindi Assistant support on its latest instant messaging app. Google had earlier promised to bring Hindi language support on its messaging app to grow over the millions of Indian using its google messaging app Allo. The latest roll out with “Google Assistant” updates and “Smart Reply” feature will be available from Monday and all the Android and ios users will get them in the coming few days, the company announced this.
In the interest of Goggle, Allo boasts of the machine based on artificial intelligence, the Hindi Language also support opens “smart reply” feature as well on its device. This new feature of Google Allo rolled out will majorly target the users who are non-English users in their online nature. With more than five million users, Google Allo has the major user base and the highest number of Allo users in India, as acceptance by the company. Now Google Allo assistant will understand the Hindi language and will also respond in the Hindi language.
As Google promised in Hindi support for Smart Reply back in the month of September. As Allo’s Smart Reply feature is only available in English, Hindi, Hinglish, German and Brazilian Portuguese. Now, Google plans to expand it in other language support as well but as usual, no dedication of timeline has been decided yet.
Now the users will get the option of choosing the Hindi language in the starting only. After logging into the Google Allo messaging app the option will come “Talk to me in Hindi” inside the Google Assistant chat and it will enable Hindi language support on the app. And the same can also be done by just selecting the desired language option in the system of preferenced of your device. The same way, “Smart Reply” feature will only operate in Hindi as the selected language on users chat is Hindi. But the same can be changed any time according to the preferences in the system settings.
It is Launched in September, “Google Allo has also received an amazing response in India which has one of the highest numbers of Google Allo users,” said Amit Fulay, who is the Product Manager, Google. “One in every 12 messages in group chat are messages to the Google Assistant. We are excited by this and today’s launch enables us to extend these features to the next millions of users in a language of their choice,” he added.