After an overwhelming response of users just during the field trial period, Google is now
onboard with iPhone for the release of its first Google+ iPhone app. This recently released
application is now available for iPhone (4.1 iOS or newer), featuring all the vital functions for
your ease with the commitment to thrive in the future as well.
The best and most promising thing about this application is that it’s totally free, which makes
it a lot easier for everyone to get it directly from the iTunes. It is also reported that this iPhone
app for Google+ has now become the no. 1 free application in the Apple app store. You
can use many of the Google+ features on this app like access or manage your circles, get
streaming updates from your friends and other contacts, upload photos, check in from different
places, or use Huddles which is the instant group messaging service you can enjoy within a
circle. ‘Huddles’ is a great feature that is available in Google+ for mobile only.
The main interface of the Google+ iPhone app is very neat and simple, giving it a classy
Googlized touch. It has a black bar above and below the app with Settings and Notifications
icons on it. In the middle, there are only five icons namely Stream, Huddle, Photos, Profile,
and Circles arranged in a simple grid mode. In terms of appearance, this iPhone app looks
exactly like the Android app for Google+.
The application is not available for iPads or iPhones with older versions yet, so we can only
hope to see these other versions sometime really soon. Since Google+ is one of the fastest
growing projects ever presented, the developers must definitely be working really hard to
spread it on all the devices as soon as possible. Makes sense, right?
For all those who’re still not aware about The Google+, let me tell you, it’s a newly released
social networking project by Google, which is still in the field trial period, and like the
previous project Orkut, is accessible through invitations only. It will be open to public once
it gets over its trial mode, explained the developers. The project already received such an
amazing response from all around the world that people now expect it to oust Facebook in
the future. According to Google’s CEO Larry Page, “There are more than 10 million users on
the social network already, and more than 1 billion items are shared every day”.
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