Google+ for Android gets updated with new UI and features - Droid Matters
Jonathan Radande | On 24, May 2012
If you use Google Plus for Android, you might want to check the Play Store for an update. Today, Google announced that a new update that brings polish and performance to the Google+ app for Android was now available for all to enjoy. Surprisingly, this update was pushed out to iOS devices a few weeks ago.
This one is a major update for Android as it brings new visuals and improved navigation. In addition, it also brings the following new features:
- The ability to initiate a Hangout from the main menu
- Support for ringing hangout notification
- Support for post editing
- Messenger suggestions for people you may know
- Download photos from posts or Messenger conversations
Like always, some people are already complaining about this new layout, despite it being the best thing to happen to the Google+ app when it was released for iOS a few weeks ago. I personally like it and I think that you should go ahead and give it a shot. If you haven’t already, head over to the Google Play store and download the new Google+ version 2.6 today!
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Google Play Store Link