Multi-device feature allows Allo to be used at the same time on multiple devices. If you still don’t get it, you may try installing WhatsApp on 2 different devices and understand the concept.
As per the latest updates, it seems that Google is working on multi-device support. Even though that’s convenient for some of us, it will be harmful to those whose WhatsApp gets hacked.
Take this news with a pinch of salt because it’s not from any official source. Version 24 of Allo has a string in frequently enable in-progress feature. Since this feature is under construction, neither should you get your hopes high nor activate it (as it does not result in anything). Moreover, enabling it activates some bug which does not allow users to send a message at all.
Google Allo, is an instant messaging app just like WhatsApp. With internet connectivity and WhatsApp installed on your phone, you can send messages and media to another person vis their phone number. It is also expected that Google Allo will come up with a new update with which you can send a message to other via email IDs. Not just Allo, it is rumored that Google Duo will also enjoy this feature soon.
About Allo: Google Allo is an instant messaging mobile app developed by Google for the Android and iOS mobile operating systems, with a web client available on Google Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox and Opera. It was announced at Google Developer Conference on May 18th last year and announced on September 21st the same year. [Wikipedia]
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News Source: 9to5google
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