When Google announced that it is now possible to use Allo on web browsers, there was much rejoicing. Finally, the few Allo users in the world will be able to send and receive messages at computers without having to pick up their phone. It came, however, with a somewhat odd but heavy requirement: keeping Allo open and running on the … Continue reading

Allo for Web to soon be free of phone dependency

When Google announced that it is now possible to use Allo on web browsers, there was much rejoicing. Finally, the few Allo users in the world will be able to send and receive messages at computers without having to pick up their phone. It came, however, with a somewhat odd but heavy requirement: keeping Allo open and running on the … Continue reading

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