Google Allo
Messaging App came out initially with nice features, but there are some basic
and expected features that didn’t follow the App on launch then. So Google just
rolled out some of these basic features needed by users on their latest update
to Allo App. Users Can now Share Files and Documents through their downloaded
and installed Allo application.


This update
brought to users by Google on Allo App, has an option for all the supported
formats of documents and files which are to be shared on the platform while
chatting. The format of files are as follows; Android apk, zip, pdf, .doc and .mp3.

How to Share
And Receive Files on Google Allo App
  • While on a
    conversation with someone, click on where you see
    “+” sign, it is
    located at the bottom left corner of the device’s screen you are logged in with
    in Allo App.
  • Next, click
    on the
    paper clip icon to open your phone’s file explorer.
  • Here you
    choose the file to send, whether in ( Apk, zip, pdf, .doc and .mp)
     and click on “Send now”.


You are go to
go, that’s all you are expected to do in order to share files on the Google
App.

Also, Speculations
are going on about another feature which Google intend to roll out for its messaging
app allo. This feature seems to be adding of stickers. No confirmation to this
yet. But will let you guys know about any new development concerning it. So
stick around this blog for latest updates.

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