You'll soon be able to use Google Allo on desktop

The Allo is quite fun to use with whole lot of stickers, smart replies and has Google Assistant incorporated into it.

Luckily, it seems like this is about to change, and as one of the vice president of Google products has said, we will soon be able to enjoy a desktop application on Google Allo.

Nick Fox, who is the vp of communication products at Google, recently posted a screenshot of a desktop web app for Allo on Twitter. Fox sent out a Tweet saying "still in early development, but coming to a desktop near you".

Allo is now available on mobile for both Android and iOS users.

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Google Allo itself was revealed in May 2016 at the company's annual I/O Conference, and is powered by Assistant: Google's artificial intelligence assistant.

And, in addition to the stiff competition that the new Google application was ahead, Allo counted and continues to count with shortcomings that at this point are hard to forgive in an instant messaging application. Maybe signing in would be similar to WhatsApp with a QR code that you scan from the phone connected to Allo, or maybe Google will push an authentication notification to your device. Eventually, the crowded WhatsApp platform may force some people to come out of it and give Allo a shot which is cleaner, slick and looks more professional.

It would also be interesting to note how Allo deals with chat history when it comes to Google Allo for Web. If you switch phones, you have to set up Allo all over again, and you lose your history.

This is just one of the many Google projects that will likely be phased out and shut down over the next few months.

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