Google Allo Web Adds iOS Support Along with Firefox and Opera


Goggle Allo, a one year old messaging app from google is constantly working on improvement and adding new features to it. Back in August Google has announced the web-based desktop client for Allo called “Allo for web.” However, support was limited to Chrome, and then only for the Android version.

Expanding its support Google today started rolling out an update that adds iOS support for the Allo web-client, along with support for the Firefox and Opera web browsers.  The announcement came from Amit Fulay – Head of Product for Google Allo and Duo on Twitter this morning.

Using Allo for web on Firefox or Opera will work exactly the same as it has been on Chrome for almost two months. As with the earlier support, users will still need to download the latest version of Allo for Android and iOS. After installing the app tap on the menu on the lefs side of the app and select “Allow for Web”, now on your computer open the link via Opera or Firefox you will get a QR code on web landing page, to scan with your phone. After a few seconds to load up conversations, the Google Allo web client should be working.

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