Google Allo will be getting its Desktop Client very soon


Google Allo might get the desktop support very soon. As Google’s VP of Communications Products Nick Fox Tweets a screenshot of Google Allo Desktop client. From past some time, Google is updating its Allo App with some new features like Google Assistant Can Now Share Your Personal Data in Allo.

The main reason behind some new features is sudden decrease in the popularity of the Google Allo. Missing Desktop client is one of the main drawbacks of Allo. But Now as Google’s Vice President tweeted the photo of its desktop client. So it seems we can have Google Allo’s Desktop client very soon.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the web version of Allo will be the extension of the phone’s app like whatsapp or it will be like standalone client which can collect data from cloud like hangouts. Moreover there is not any exact date when the Google Allo desktop client will be live.

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