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Google introduced a new app called & # 39; A & # 39; earlier this year for its Android users, with the purpose of expanding Allos Smart Reply feature to native and third-party apps. The app has been in testing since February, and now the company has sent an email to its beta testers as the app is put to rest. The app was born out of Google's 120th Division – an arm specializing in experimental products.
The search giant has now sent an e-mail to beta testers and confirms that it ends support for answers. The email (as reported by The Verge) reads: "As you know, the answer was an experiment and that experiment has now ended ed. Although it may still work in the next months, you may encounter errors or see that the suggestions are not as good, "Google wrote in an email to beta testers." Google says it's likely that it includes learning from "Reply" to Gmail's Smart Compose and Smart Reply Services.
Answer Used contextual machine learning to provide the best possible responses to message alerts from a third-party application – be it Slack, Hangouts or Messenger. The report says that Replies often reproduced dull responses lack appropriate tone and also tend to offer "I love you" as standard third-party response regardless of what the conversation context is.
While answering the time, expect to see shadows of it in Gmail's Smart Compose or Android Message's smart reply in the future. Google is gradually working to expand Gboard smart answers suggestions, for messages about various programs like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and more. This will work with the quick answer button that usually succeeds with a message in the notification panel.