Google finally released the long-awaited application and its messages: Alu.
Originally announced at a conference for developers in May, and Alu described as “intelligent” application messaging. This is because the built-in Google Assistant, which powered artificial intelligence virtual assistant that can do everything from recommending restaurants nearby to answer questions that you have.
Because this is the application messaging, Google Assistant can be easily called up to join the group that you’re having friends talks, as an expert on hand to provide advice and to resolve disputes.
Alu is designed to be a counterpart to Dio, chat application Google Video, which was launched in mid-August.
Business Insider got a chance to try Alu for ourselves and test its features before launch. Here’s what it’s like to use:
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