Google Allo finally has a web client, only pairs with Android phones at the moment

August 15th, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

Allo, one of what feels like dozens of different messaging apps from Google, finally has a web version starting today. This was by far one of the most requested features since the service debuted last year, and it’s still unclear why it took so many months for it to arrive. Anyway, it’s here.

However, right now you can only use Allo on the web if you have an Android phone. This is because the Allo app on your phone has to pair to the web client in order for the latter to work. You accomplish this by scanning a QR code, which makes Allo’s web client identical to WhatsApp Web in this…

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