Google is bringing Instant one-tap replies to messaging apps

Google is bringing Instant one-tap replies to messaging apps

Google is bringing Instant one-tap replies to messaging apps

Lastly, it has a vacation responder feature that will tell people if users are not working on the basis of checking their calendar.

Google's Smart Reply, introduced in 2016, uses the firm's neural network to intelligently analyse a message's content to suggest an appropriate response. Not all Android Messages users are able to access Smart Reply.

Android Messages has already rolled out limited - but official - support for Smart Replies, we should note.

Allo now uses Smart Reply in its message platform to enable users to quickly respond to messages with a selection of context-aware replies.

But now Google is working on a new app called Reply that brings its time-saving smart replies to popular third-party messaging apps. Other potential apps include WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Twitter direct messages, TechCrunch said.

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The Area 120 project will offer its suggested replies right in the notifications from these chat apps. As you can see, the app is capable of analyzing the incoming message and providing you with some possible short responses. Reply will be able to silence users' phone when they are driving, and it will also inform people who send a message that the user can not chat at the moment. Say your phone is on Do Not Disturb mode or otherwise silent and someone sends you an urgent message.

The project, like all Area 120 projects, is unrelated to any broader developments at Google - in this case, that means it's not directly tied to Google's messaging efforts. "What if replying was literally one tap away?".

No release date is now known, but users can fill out a form for a chance to beta test the feature.

The new feature can reply to the questions such as 'When will be home?' or 'Are you at the restaurant?' the project is yet in the very beginning of its development, while Google is not expected to make the feature widely available to the outside testers than its Area 120.

A new app created by Google's Area 120 incubator called 'Reply, ' is now in beta and gives you smart reply options for most messaging services...

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