In addition to making some changes to its Google+ website, Google has released a new version of its app for iOS devices as well. The latest update brings it on par with the Android version of the app, introducing instant photo uploads, the ability to see who +1d a post, and the “What’s Hot” stream which lets you see what’s hot and being shared by your friends.
In case you aren’t familiar with Instant Uploads, you can set up Google+ to automatically upload any photographs you take on your iOS device. The photos will be sent to a private folder first, and from there you’ll be able to choose which ones you want to share or delete. A great feature for folks who love sharing pictures on Google+ or just want to back up their photographs online.
Get the latest version of Google+ from the Apple App Store now (free).
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