The Smart messaging app of Google-Allo is set for the release of the Web Client within a month. Nick Fox, VP, Communications Products at Google confirmed news.
The search engine giant’s smart messaging app “Google Allo” is set for the public release of its web client according to the reports from Fox, VP, and Communications Products at Google.
Last week fox confirmed the new timeline for the Allo web client in a tweet while responding to the user who wanted to know the details of the launch said in a tweet that “I’m using Web Client every day and loving it. Team is working hard to get it out ASAP, but we are still a month or two from public release.” The tweets where firstly reported by the 9to5Google.
The messaging app seems to be still in the process of the development and the company has not provided any official details about the release of the Web Client for the Allo app and moreover it is expected that within few weeks the company may release the new web client for Allo.
Allo 9.0 update brings some of the hints like how the Web client will work. It was similar to the Whatspp Web Client feature where it includes pairing the smartphone with the web client by scanning the QR code. Some of the leaked screenshots hinted that the users even can use a text code method to pair the devices.
The company has announced that it is working on the Web Client for Allo from February this year and Fox has offered the first sneak peek of the Allo Web Client. It also offered a sneak preview of the Web client for Allo which showed it will support the same features as its mobile app, most notably of those being the Google Assistant bot.