In September 2016 all looked promising for Google Allo when it surpassed one million downloads in record time, but seems that its moment of popularity has already ended abruptly, now that the application has left even the list of 500 most downloaded apps for the Android platform.
According to a report from AppAnnie, Google Allo would have been a disappointment for his company, which had submitted the application as an alternative to compete against Apple iMessage, however Allo would have presented a precipitous fall in their number of downloads during the last months of 2016, to take a nosedive completely during January of 2017.
The pace of recent performance has finally get Google Allo’s list of the 500 most downloaded apps for Android within the Google Play Store, what is clearly a signal that has failed to keep its moment of Fame, to establish itself as an application that is essential for the users of this platform.
Its highest point of shock would have been the month of October 2016, and even two months ago it was still within the first 200, but everything would be over for teasing in recent weeks with a still more significant drop in their rate of adoption.
Among the main criticisms attributed to Google Allo is the design of its interface, the lack of support for SMS and the absence of a desktop client, messages alternatives that other applications most established as Telegram, WhatsApp or even Hangouts have gone slowly polishing.
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