Google Allo web version: Google’s Instant messaging application Allo finally arrives on the web for desktop users. Google Allo for web is available in the Chrome web browser. The smart messaging application will let you chat with your friends with many features like stickers, smart replies and much more.
Currently, this service only works on Android phones, and iPhones users will soon get this app. Allo on the web requires similar pairing process to Whatsapp to connect to the web using its mobile device. The users need to install Allo app by scanning a QR code on Android phone.
In February 2017, Nick Fox, Google VP of Communications Products had tweeted out a screenshot of the Allo web client, saying then that it was still in “early” development. On August 15th, Google Allo’s Head of Product, Amit Fulay tweeted,” Allo for the web is here! Try it on Chrome today. Get the latest Allo build on Android before giving it a spin.”
To get started, you need to open the link https://allo.google.com/web in Chrome web browser. Then you will need to open Allo on your Android Phone. Then, go to the menu option and select Allo for web. Finally, scan the code with your device.
The User Interface (UI) for Allo for the web is almost similar to the mobile application which allows emojis, smart replies, stickers, and media sharing. Google Assistant is also available which will keep the history log of requests. It can also help in suggesting restaurants and movies inside the chat. Just like Chrome, Allo also allows incognito mode for conversations allowing the user to set them to expire and have private notifications.
Google has Android Messaging app for mobiles as well and it also started a new messaging platform within YouTube.
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