Mid this month, Google launched Allo For Web desktop messaging client to complement its mobile app for instant messaging Allo. The IM app was debuted on Android and iOS last year, and up to now, Google has not seemed aggressive in getting more users on board.
A tear down of the recent version of the app shows the release of a desktop version is now imminent. The latest app also backs up comments made by Google representative sometime in July this year when they said a browser port of Allo will be coming up in “a few more weeks” time.
How to use Allo For Web on your computer
This feature should already be available worldwide by now. To use it (it is just like WhatsApp for Web) go to Allo.Google.Com/web and open the mobile app on your phone – it must be the most recent version, so update if you are using an older version – and scan the QR code on your computer screen.
You will need to maintain internet connection on your phone to keep using Allo For Web; just …read more