Google’s group messaging app, Disco is something that not many people have heard about in their lives, despite the app being around for awhile. And today, Google has released an updated version of the cross-platform messenger with some useful new features, such as Push notifications and sending messages over data, with real-time chats.
With those features already have available in other apps, Google needs to push the app hard and get people to use it if they’re really interested in making it a success. The lack of any announcements on their official blog makes this one of Google’s “quietest” apps ever. For those of you who live in the states, Google Disco is available for free. Unfortunately, to the rest of the world, Google Disco isn’t available yet. Maybe Google wants to improve the app more before it starts promoting it heavily. How many of you folks have heard of Disco, and how many of you actually even use it?
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