Tired of carrying out conversations in Allo on your phone? Here's how to chat on your computer.
Google's Allo chat app is now available on the web.
That's right, you can put down your phone and carry on your regular conversations on your computer.
Perhaps more importantly, that also means you can chat with Google Assistant on any computer through Allo. Similar to using Amazon's Alexa or Apple's Siri, Google Assistant lets you set reminders, ask for GIFs, jokes, receive news and weather updates. Instead of using your voice though, you will type those requests right into Allo.
As of right now, the website will only work with Android Allo users, with iOS support coming soon according to Google.
A few seconds later, the Allo account on your phone will be in sync with your computer.
Once you've connected to a computer, any time you visit the Allo web site it will load your conversation list. If you're sharing a computer or would prefer not to leave your Allo account open on a computer, you can sign out with just a few taps:
The Allo web page should instantly go back to displaying a QR code for signing into the service once again.