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New Updates from “Google+ for Android”

Mobile phones that run on Android OS have the advantage to access innumerable number of Android Applications. Ever since Google has taken control on Android operating system, rapid development has taken place. Smart Android applications have not only enhanced functionalities of mobile phones but also changed the lifestyles of millions of people across the globe. Google has been improving social application, Google+ for Android quite often to ensure that there will be steady and stable growth. Google has delivered updates for Google+ for Android application.

Let us learn more about these updates:

Is everything Good for 'Google+ for Android'?

There is mixed reaction on the new updates introduced by Google. The application cannot fill the entire screen space when it is loaded on Tablets. This drawback is reflected on both Android Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich versions. Even though Google has announced some new features with respect to mobile applications last month, nothing much was delivered with respect to applications used on smartphones. The new updates are quite impressive to improve the overall performance of the ‘Google+ for Android’ application.

Google is introducing new features on every day basis. The improvements introduced on ‘Google+ for Android’ will help more users to embrace the application as well as the social networking site, Google+. Google+ is growing fast and the features are enhanced and extended. On one side, the interface is changing drastically to make it more user-friendly and convenient to use. Secondly, even though new features are added, it is ensured that the overall application access rate is enhanced.

The updates announced on the mobile application will really help users to depend more on Google+ for sharing information and getting informed about new trends. Google+ enjoys unique advantage of Google’s powerful search engine database to offer most accurate results in a very short time.

What is your experience with the new updates?

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