Google Allo for web finally accessible from Firefox and Opera browsers

Back in mid-August, Google finally made it possible for users of its text-based chat app Allo to converse on the web. However, access to Google Allo web has been limited to just one web browser, Google’s own Chrome.

Now, 2 months later, it is possible to access Allo for web from Firefox and Opera.

We hardly ever care about them but our friends from across the fence, iOS users, will also finally be able to do so from their tiny handhelds.

Other than being able to constantly bother the Google Assistant with queries, I don’t know why you’ll want to have Allo on the web but carry on, maybe you belong to the 1% that actually have people they can chat with on Allo.

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Emmanuel Chenze

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