In July, Amit Fulay, head of Google Allo products, said that "a few weeks later launched Web App & rsquo ;. And now, it was finally officially released. Unfortunately, the current version of the Web version of Allo applications only for Android users. When used, you have to pick up the phone to scan the two-dimensional code in the Chrome browser to create a connection (friends who hang the micro-page all day will not be unfamiliar with this). The good news is that Allo will display historical conversations on the phone and let them update at the same time.
Allo's main feature is Smart Reply, emoji, expression pack, and Google Assistant, which is the first time Google Assistant officially landed the Web browser platform.
However, the Web version still has some features absent, such as adjusting the size of the chat window text box, and create the user's own emoji and so on.
Amit Fulay confirmed that Google is working on other Web browsers, as well as allowing iOS users to scan the land.