iPhone App of the Week: Google+
Thursday, July 21, 2011/
Google+ has been in the spotlight lately, and with good reason. It may very likely be the first credible challenger to Facebook after its years of dominance.
Google released the Google+ iPhone app this week, and it really shines. If you’re a Google+ user, then you should get your hands on the app as it completes the entire experience of using the network.
Users can access their stream of content from friends, edit their circles, create new group chats and browse and add photos.
Users can also access data from news streams based on Google+ users near their location, if they provide the app with permission to use their location details.
If you’re one of the first users, you should download this app. You won’t be getting the full Google+ experience without it.
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