Google’s Allo messenger will soon be easier to use at work, thanks to a new desktop version to complement the mobile app. 

The company’s VP of communications products, Nick Fox, tweeted out a sneak peek at the desktop app in development.

Still in early development, but coming to a desktop near you… #GoogleAllo #SneakPeek

— Nick Fox (@RealNickFox) February 24, 2017

The desktop version looks like it’ll be a web app for Google Chrome. This means it won’t be native as a separate Windows or Mac download, but will work across operating systems — including on Chromebooks, of course.  Read more…

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