Google Allo is a popular messaging application that runs on Android smartphones and integrates with Google Assistants, which has begun offering smartphones to Pixel and Pixel XL. However, Recode found that Google Allo has some privacy issues.
Obviously, as soon integrated with the Google assistant, Allo will be able to show the user's Google search history to the user's chat object. The Google Assistant can allow Allo to do things, such as talking to friends, to help users search for a restaurant in a region that makes it easy for users to get information without leaving the application and pausing the conversation.
Recode's report mentions that the Google Assistant sometimes answers questions that have nothing to do with the problem at hand, or answers questions that have been asked before. If the answer is accompanied by a link, the user and the user are chatting to show the user before the relevant search history. Google has yet to comment on the matter.