Google Allo gets better with Hindi language support

Google Allo

Google is scheduled to roll out support for Hindi language for its dismal performed Google Allo. Touted as an alternative to WhatsApp, Google Allow never gained market share ever since its release two months ago. Google has decided to incorporate Hindi since it is spoken by 310 million people around the world.

Google will integrate Hindi as a language of choice for Google Assistant in Allo. Moreover, it will be available with the Google Allo’s Smart Reply feature. This enable users to reply to messages quickly with accurately predicted responses.

In a statement issued to the press, Amit Fulay, Group Product Manager, Google disclosed that they are excited b this development. It will enable the company to extend all features to the next millions of users in a language of their choice.

In India, Google has a huge market share with nearly 98 percent of all people make use of Android smartphones. As many as 42 percent of people speak Hindi language and are spread across India.

You can expect the toll out of Hindi language within the next few days. To work with Hindi as a main language, you need to make use of the “Talk to me in Hindi” voice command. You can also modify the default language setting to Hindi on your smartphone.

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