Google adds updates to Allo, Duo and Photos apps

Mar

23

2017

Google has announced a number of updates to its various applications in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and has updated its location sharing feature Google Maps, adding new features to Google Alo, Google Duo and Google Photos. .

The company added its application to Allo operating within its mobile operating system Android can share documents and other files such as pdf, docs, apk, zip and mp3. The company has issued to users in Brazil the feature of “Smart Smiley” Smart Smiley in Portuguese, so they use machine learning techniques to help the user to find The correct emoticons are faster.

This feature was first published in November in English only, and the company promised to add more languages, and now has its promise, so users can now click on the “Smart Smile” button while writing the message to suggest emoticons and posters Link.

The Duo, which works on Android and iOS, has only voice dialing, and is now available to users in Brazil and will reach all users around the world in the next few days.

This feature makes it easier for users of the Duo application to use basic voice calls when video calling is not available, either because of poor Internet connectivity or because of the user’s presence in a busy area, and Google promises that binary voice calls will work well at all connection speeds.

The Photos application on the Android and iOS systems has features for sharing and backups while working in a weak Internet connection. The application backs up images in small-scale preview when working on second-generation 2G network connections.

While the application works when a strong wireless network connection to replace those images saved with a backup with high-resolution images, and the same applies to the sharing feature, where the images can be shared at low resolution during poor communication and reach a higher resolution when Allows connection.

Google also announced some ads for Brazil today such as the release of the Google Assistant application in Brazilian Portuguese on Android phones running Macmillone and Noga. It is unusual for Google to host an event outside the United States with ads that affect users outside the country.

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