Google in 2016 Developers Conference announced Google Duo video chat application, and in a few days before Google officially released. Currently this application has become the most popular Play Store for free applications. However, in the I / O conference, Google has announced a brand new instant messaging application --Allo. Although Google has not yet officially released the app, but about Allo, news surfaced. According to Android Police the latest news, Allo may have to allow users to delete information from the chats function.
According to screenshots show, Allo top navigation bar appears to allow users to share, forward, copy, and delete the selected message. The user can easily delete sent and received messages. This new feature is currently still in beta testing phase.
Another useful feature is that this application will be provided to allow the user to delete the information in the phone memory, but is not limited to this application information. Users can send photos by including Allo, video and even audio files.