Almost a year after Google first released Allo, the web client for their messaging app is finally here.

Right now, it only works with Android Allo users with the v16 update. To be able to use the web client, open the menu and then click on Allo for the web. You’ll then be prompted to visit and then use the Android app to scan a QR code.

Once you’ve done that, you’re free to chat with your friends and family on Allo (if they’re using the app). The v16 app update is rolling out on the Google Play Store now or you can download it from APK Mirror.

The pairing process is similar to how Whatapp’s web client operates. Google says that iOS pairing to the web client is coming soon. Also, the Allo web client only works on Google Chrome.

Source: Android Police, Product Hunt

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