Google last year launched its new product Google Allo – a messaging application and people were so much excited about it. But after its launch, Allo was not getting that much response and the reason was there are some missing features that defiantly not attracted users. Well, one of the drabbest features of Allo has the lack of a web version. Google is working on it and VP of communication product Nick Fox has given some impression about it.
According to Nick, the screen that is snapped here is from Allo’s recent web interface. It shows up to be running in Chrome on Mac. The screen has loads of things that users were addicted to it. Some great features like Smart Replies, Stickers, and Assistant. Google Assistant on your desktop might be precise even if you are not using Allo.
This is a big step for Allo after it is released. The limitation of the app is – it is available for smartphones only and that on one particular device. If you want to switch devices, you have to set up Allo from starting and you will lose your chat history. Doubtlessly, the web version will have backup regardless of phone use. It would be great if Google Allo will have multiple Android devices support with web version also. The idea is also that it should have some Backup featuress also like other applications. So, hope to see this new update soon by Google.