Despite the fact that the messenger Google Allo came out quite a long time ago, it still has not been able to gain much popularity. In many ways, this is due to the lack of a web version of the application, which was so requested by some users. Finally, the company decided to listen to the audience and made Allo available through a web browser. In order to start communicating in Google Allo from your computer, you should go to the official site of messenger, and then click on "Allo for web" at the top of the page. However, only the Google Chrome fans can do it, because while trying to enter using other browsers, the users will be refused to enter.If the user visits the site using Chrome, he will be offered to scan the QR-code to authorize himself in the web version of Allo. Then, as in the case of WhatsApp, the mobile version of the messenger must remain open for communication from the computer. Unfortunately, for now the new feature is only available to owners of Android gadgets. For iPhone owners it will be available "soon". We can only hope that the developers will not keep us waiting long.