Google abandoned its plan to launch a cool privacy feature with its new messaging app (GOOG)

Google's new messaging app Allo was supposed to come with a cool new privacy feature: Conversations would only be stored for a short period of time before being deleted. But now that Allo has been released, that feature isn't actually enabled by default, The Verge reports.

A privacy-conscious messaging app that doesn't hang onto your messages forever is a pretty cool idea, and different to services like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.

But Google says it has dropped its plan to store...

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