Google Allo now available as web version

Back in February, during the launch of Google’s Allo app, the company’s VP of communications, Productions, Mr. Nick Fox has announced that they will be launching the web version of the Google Allo. As promised by the company, the web client for the Android devices are available now. But realize the fact that it is only available for the Android devices, not on iOS platform.

You can now use the Google Allo on your Desktop computer’s browser by scanning the QR code provided by the web client. You just need to open your app in mobile and scan the QR code displayed on the desktop browser. It is simple as WhatsApp web, which has been used by millions. Also, this web client is exclusive to Google Chrome browser. That essentially means that you won’t be able to use it on any other browsers.

“The QR code is unique to your computer and pairs the mobile app to the computer. Allo for web shows what’s on the mobile app. So if your phone runs out of battery or you quit the mobile app, Allo for web won’t work,” the search giant says on its support page for the new feature.

Try out the Google Allo web here.


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