Google Allo for Web is a web app that enables Google Allo users to chat with their friends on the computer. This is available only on Google Chrome and is available only for Android users currently.
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Google Allo for web finally arrives, but only for Android usersBeginning today, Google's Allo can now be used on web browsers, but you can only install it by scanning a QR code on your Android phone. iPhone users are left out for now. Google first hinted at Allo coming to desktop soon back in February when VP of communications Nick Fox tweeted a sneak peek photo.
You can finally use Google Allo on the webIt's been a long time coming, but the wait is finally over -- you can now use Google Allo on the web.
Google Allo arrives on web, only pairs with Android phones at launchGoogle's consumer-facing chat application Allo, a successor of sorts to Gchat, is today available on the web for desktop users. The service, which lets you chat with friends while taking advantage of features like stickers, "smart replies" for one-tap responses, and Google Assistant integration, among other things, has been in the works for some time.