Google has finally released the update which makes it possible to use Google Allo on the web. This much-awaited web support has arrived after about a year since the app’s launch and a bunch of reports speculating the arrival of the same. It basically means that now you can have Allo conversations with your contacts directly from the web browser along with using Google Assistant. And here is how you can make use of this newly added functionality on your web browser.
Steps to Use Google Allo for Web:
Step 1: Make sure that you have the latest version of the Google Allo app. If you don’t have it, download it and complete the registration process before proceeding further.
Step 2: Tap the menu icon on the top left corner and then tap on Allo for web option to get the interface as shown below. If you are not seeing this option even after being on the latest version, try restarting the app and it should appear.
Step 3: Visit Google Allo web version (https://allo.google.com/web) on Google Chrome and scan the QR code shown on the web page.
Once you have followed above mentioned steps, you will see all your Allo conversations appearing on the web browser. You can Google Allo on web just like you do on the smartphone. There are a similar set of features and options including full support for stickers and Google Assistant. The web version also offers contextual text suggestions as you reply to a conversation which you choose to accept or ignore. You can even choose to change chat theme or clear chat history.
It should be noted that Google Allo for web is currently available only for Android users and can be accessed only via Google Chrome browser. Additionally, make sure that you are using the latest version of the Allo app if the feature does not work for you.
If you would like log out of all Google Allo for web sessions, you can do by following up to first two steps as mentioned above. Once you are on the step 2 screen, simply tap the Delete icon next to the particular session that you want to remove.
So, what do you think of Allo for web update? Do you think it will help Google attract more users, especially those who are already using other instant messengers like WhatsApp? Share your thoughts with us using the comments section below.