Allo is the new instant messaging application that Google has presented at the Google I / O 2016, the same day, has leaked the APK file you can install. Once you installed you could get the most of the authentication screen, but since there is no communication with the server, browsing the application would stop at this point. An XDA user is able to change the APK files in such a way to bypass the authentication screen, and we have not lost the ability to look inside the Allo. Of course, because of the failure to communicate with Google’s servers, the application does not send messages, but you can see the various features and its graphics.
And as if that were not enough, the service bears my last name! Haha!