Google Allo Is Now Available on Desktop With Web Client

Google Allo for web

Finally, Google has released the web client of its messaging app Google Allo. You can access to Google Allo for the web using this link.

It works similar to WhatsApp for the web. You need to scan the QR code displayed on the web page. Open Allo app on your Android phone, go to Menu and select Allo for the web. After successful pairing, the browser will load your Google Allo conversations.

Allo snapshot

As of now, the web version works only for Android users. Google has promised to bring it to iPhone soon. It also works only on Google Chrome. To keep your Allo for web connected, your mobile phone must be connected to the Internet.

Not just conversations, you also have access to Google Assistant.

Google Allo for the web is fine, but not all feature will work here. It does not allow you to connect, switch or remove a Google account. You can also not remove members from a group. Some features of the chat including photo capturing, deleting the conversation and blocking contacts will not work. You will not have access to notifications and privacy settings.

Even if this messenger is now available on desktop, very few people will actually care. I liked its personalized stickers but none of my friends are active there. So, there is no point of using this messenger.

Do you use Allo? Share your view with us in comments.

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