HOW TO INSTALL GOOGLE ALLO ON WINDOWS PC: Google’s highly anticipated “smart” messaging app,Google Allo, is finally available for (most) of the masses. Google Allo is your basic modern-day chat app, with a Google twist. Like its competitors — WhatsApp,, , , and so forth — Allo offers cross-platform multimedia-enhanced texting and self-destructing messages, but it also has a few handy “smart” features, such as a built-in Google search assistant.
Google’s smartest messaging app till date — Google Allo — is finally available to download over at Play Store for all Android users. But in case you don’t have an Android device, or you like the comfort of your PC’s keyboard to type & send messages, you can install Google Allo on your PC too.
Using an Android emulator we can install any Android app/game on a Windows PC or Laptop, which includes Google Allo as well. There are plenty of Android emulators out there, the most popular being Bluestacks and Nox App player. But these emulators run on an older version of Android which might not support all the glorious & sweet new features/animations of Google Allo.
What is an Android Emulator?
A virtual mobile device that runs on your computer. The emulator lets you develop and test Android applications without using a physical device. This document is a reference to the available command line options and the keyboard mapping to device keys.
Andy – Andy is a totally free Android Emulator. It is capable of providing good user experience with Android on PC
BlueStacks – BlueStacks is a very popular Android Emulator. It is available as a free version and the paid version costs $2 per month
How to Install Google Allo on PC
- After opening the Android Emulator software, you will be asked to add a google account
- Now to install the Apk file of allo app, you need to copy it in the emulator folder (or if it asks you to browse from computer, just do it)
- A prompt will ask you to continue with the installation
- Once the installation is done, you will see the Icon of the Allo app
- Double click it and start using the app
While downloading make sure you are downloading for your Windows version only and depending on the configuration download the 32 or 64 bit version. Once downloaded, installation of the software is pretty simple.The next step is to fire up whichever emulator you started.The interface in all of the android emulator softwares is almost similar, so it should not be a problem