Though already available on Gmail, Android Messages on Project Fi and Allo, Google's internal incubator Area 120 is working on making it available more available.
Currently in beta, the team is also looking for testers, who could join in through this Google form.
“One of the many projects that we're working on within the Area 120 is Reply, which suggests smart replies in various chat apps,” said a Google spokesperson to TechCrunch.
They added that like all other projects within Area 120,
For example, if someone asks
For example, if someone asks if you're at work, Smart Reply will come up with three answers “Yes”, “Do you need something”, or “No, I'm on holiday”, although the user needs to confirm which answer to send.
The service also has smart functionality, being able to detect if the user's phone is on Do Not Disturb or on Silent.
If it detects the user is driving, it can respond to messages saying the user is busy. It is also able to go through a user's calendar and reply that the user is not at work.
Among the chat services available include HTML, Hangouts, Allo, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Android Messages, Skype, Twitter DMs and Slack.