Allo for web hands-on: Works well enough, as long as you like Chrome

Google’s newest messenger app, Allo, was released about a year ago. The app’s momentum dropped shortly after release, but that hasn’t stopped Google from continuing to improve the app. At long last, Allo has gained a web client, but has it been worth the wait?

Setting it up

Unlike Hangouts and similar cloud-based messaging services, your phone acts as the intermediary between your computer and Allo. Anything you do (send/receive a message, start a new chat, etc) is actually performed by your phone, which sends the response back to your computer.

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Allo for web hands-on: Works well enough, as long as you like Chrome was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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