At the Google I/O conference earlier this year, Google revealed the upcoming launch of a new AI-powered messaging app called Allo, but they didn’t reveal a release date for that app.

But thankfully, Evan Blass may be able to provide us with that.

The avid Twitter-based leaker posted a tweet today that stated that the app will be launching as early as this week, on September 21st.

This comes after the launch of the Duo video calling app that happened last month.

Google has not revealed an official date for Allo’s release date yet, but when we do know we will update this article.

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