Google Allo Messenger App is Finally Getting A Desktop Client. Nick Fox, Google’s VP of Communications Products has Tweeted a Screenshot That Shows Allo Running On the Desktop.
— Nick Fox (@RealNickFox) February 24, 2017
Along With Sharing A Screenshot, Nick Said that the Desktop Client is in Early Stage of Development. The Screenshot Offers A Sneak Peak of How Allo Will look on Your Desktop or Laptop. You have all the Contacts On the Left Side While the Chat Takes Place On the Right Side. Similar to the Mobile App, Allo for Desktop will also Come with Google Assistant, Emoji, Stickers, Smart Replies and More. Currently, Allo Works by Signing in With a Phone Number on Smartphones, But a Web-Based Desktop Version may Suggest that the Service Could Require Users to Sign in Via a Google Account.