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Google’s AI based messaging Application is more flexible

A few years ago, we had a messaging service that really sucks. Later on, application developer brought a big change in the mobile platform. Along with normal text, they added more features to turn millions of people back to mobile messaging service. This rule helped the growth of popular application.google-new-messaging-service

According to the Wall Street Journal report, Google decided to unlock a new AI powered messaging service. This is not a rumor, the company working on the application for the last one year. Akin to WhatsApp and WeChat, a new member will soon rise in the mobile platform. They appointed Nick Fox as a team leader on the project. Most of the google products are educative, useful and worthy. In this case also, we can expect a better result from Google.

The company hasn’t disclosed the app name and release date yet. Some rumors suggest, it would take another 6 months to reach the final user. The biggest social giant (FB) unlocked many new features and utilities in 2015. On the other end,  WeChat struggles very hard to take down WhatsApp application.

Facebook has changed the revolution of internet-they brought messengers and lite version for all levels, which connect directly to the main app.

The success remains on the Google’s chatbot technology and artificial intelligence. The Verge reports, ChatBot users can engage in open conversation. They can ask about information, instruction and advice of their interest. Artificial Intelligence can also be a partner or a friend in your daily life. Does it able to beat rapidly growing Facebook? So many questions arise in our mind. When Google introduced Google+, we had a limited number of features. Later on, Hangouts joins on the same platform that brought voice and video calling features. In the case of new messaging service, let’s wait and watch for the future updates.

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