Google has updated it Google+ Mobile App on various Mobiles OSs including Android. If we see update overall than Google has added 24 new features to its latest version 3.3 of Mobile Google+.
The new version include new mobile, photo, event and Hangout features aimed at making “sharing and communicating easier and more fun than ever.” Google+ recently launched Communities, a feature that connects like minded users around a shared interest. The feature was previously available only on the desktop, but Android users will soon be able to create public or private communities where members share links, plan events, start hangouts, and post in discussions.
Here are other features:
- New photo stuff — Instant upload now offers up to 5GB of full-sized photo backups. Photo sphere panoramas recorded on Android 4.2 can be viewed on devices running Android 2.2 or higher.
- Hangouts — Now only 150kb of bandwidth is required to participate in a hangout.
- General improvements — The ability to edit your profile on-the-go, new “subtle” notices when new posts arrive, and improvements to the posting menu.
- Google Now integration — Birthday notifications through cards on Google Now, including G+ links to wish the person a happy birthday.
- Other goodies — Animated GIF support and a lock screen widget for Android 4.2. Also, new “mood” posts based around a gallery of emoticons.
If you guys just counting where’s 24 features than you need to look here:
Both mobile apps:
1. profile editing
2. easier way to author content
3. subtle notice when there’s new stuff to read
4. subscribe to notifications from circles
5. support for communities
6. full-size backups of your photos
7. photo spheres in the stream
8. share your mood with others
9. animated GIF support
10. birthday reminders in Google Now
11. lock screen widget
12. swipe through photo albums inline
13. tap once to view photos in all their glory
14. subtle pan-zoom-scale effect applied to stream photos
15. longer post snippets
16. bigger post photos
17. comments that slide in underneath each post
18. send messages to specific guests
19. event creators can see who’s opened their invite
20. invite people by just pasting event URL in email/IM
21. RSVP with number of guests you’re bringing
22. duplicate an event
23. ultra low bandwidth mode
24. improved single-person broadcastsCollapse this post