Download Google+ for the iPad

When Google+ first came out, a lot of fanfare was put into its launch, with countless netizens labeling it to be the “Facebook killer”.

Looking back and looking at Facebook and where it is now, it can be said that Google+ didn’t really turn out to be the “Facebook killer” that it was supposed to be, given that millions only took time to explore its features during the first weeks and months of its launch.

Still, Google+’s standing as a social network hasn’t stopped Google from developing new versions of the Google+ app for iOS devices.
When Google+ first came out, a lot of fanfare was put into its launch, with countless netizens labeling it to be the “Facebook killer”.

Looking back and looking at Facebook and where it is now, it can be said that Google+ didn’t really turn out to be the “Facebook killer” that it was supposed to be, given that millions only took time to explore its features during the first weeks and months of its launch.

Still, Google+’s standing as a social network hasn’t stopped Google from developing new versions of the Google+ app for iOS devices.

New features for the iPhone and iPad

After releasing a redesigned version of the Google+ experience for iPhone users last May, Google recently launched a new version, this time developing the app with the actual hardware being used in mind.

With pinch features designed to expand posts and two finger drags for easy resharing, iPad users of the new Google+ app can also easily initiate Hangout sessions then readily stream content via AirPlay to handy television sets.

Following the launch of Google+’s “Events” feature, the app also helps iDevice users manage and organize schedules, with interactive support in identifying who are going to the occasion/event or not. Invitations are also easy to save and organize, just as how photos and friends lists can be easily arranged.

Single “taps” can be used in initiating Hangout sessions, and can even be used to “ring up” the mobiles of users, if allowed by a user. With Hangout, it is possible for users to directly talk with each other, to the tune of the original premise of the Hangout as a Google+ feature.

For active Google+ users, give the new app a go. It certainly does have better support for iDevices and better integrated support for Google+ highlights.
After releasing a redesigned version of the Google+ experience for iPhone users last May, Google recently launched a new version, this time developing the app with the actual hardware being used in mind.

With pinch features designed to expand posts and two finger drags for easy resharing, iPad users of the new Google+ app can also easily initiate Hangout sessions then readily stream content via AirPlay to handy television sets.

Following the launch of Google+’s “Events” feature, the app also helps iDevice users manage and organize schedules, with interactive support in identifying who are going to the occasion/event or not. Invitations are also easy to save and organize, just as how photos and friends lists can be easily arranged.

Single “taps” can be used in initiating Hangout sessions, and can even be used to “ring up” the mobiles of users, if allowed by a user. With Hangout, it is possible for users to directly talk with each other, to the tune of the original premise of the Hangout as a Google+ feature.

For active Google+ users, give the new app a go. It certainly does have better support for iDevices and better integrated support for Google+ highlights.

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