Android users that use Google+ on their phones will be stoked to know that Google has just pushed out a new update for the app, bringing it up to version 1.0.6. The new update brings the much-needed sharing feature which is one of the main reasons to use Google+ in the first place; to share content with your circles.
Other notable improvements to the app include: support for 38 languages, increased reliability of the notification system, clearer instant upload options, bug fixes, performance fixes and minor tweaks to the UI. At the moment the update is only for Android phones (after all, it is by Google) but iOS users can rest assured that an update is on the way. Head over to the Android Market to download the latest version of Google+ now.
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