Have you ever thought of deleting the personal messages in the Google Hangouts?  Now you don’t have to worry on this, As Google announced about their latest messaging application Allo, in the last Google I/O event. Allo allows the users to delete the chats.

This is the one more way with Allo is; you can delete the chats received or sent by you, and you can delete that unwanted funny which you don’t want to stay in your chat’s history. As per the sources and from the screenshots obtained from the preview version of Allo, it looks like the users can able to select any messages and simply tap the delete the chats.

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After selecting the threads, the top bar switches to show forward, share, copy and delete options, which reminds me lot about WhatsApp.

You can view the screenshots attached above, how the chats are deleted in the threads of Allo. In this scenario the user selects the chat with the “message 3” and later it is deleted. The selected chat gets deleted once the user hits the delete.

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The deleted chat gets disappears from the chat history. The users have to keep in mind that, the deleted messages will only disappear from the device/ account, but they will still there on the end user phone/ recipient phone.

So if you want to delete the sent message or an image, the only way is to delete the entire chat in your account.

Check out the hilarious stickers packs available on Google Allo.

Allo is getting some hilarious sticker packs the users in their application. There is a sneak peak of the available stickers in the Google Allo. Allo has the sticker packs like Condoms, butts, nipples and others, which will boost usage of the chats.

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Stickers are the best and easiest way to convey the feelings and emotions in a short span of time than the words. Nowadays chats without the emojis, stickers and other gif based are getting popular, Allo has made one step forward with some exciting sticker packs which will easily redirect the users to use this app.

Let us see how far this will work out in the Google’s Allo application.