Google and Apple do not really have that kind of close relationship all the time, as the dynamics of it tend to cause plenty of tension – somewhat like how Apple and Samsung are bedded together in some weird way, and yet cannot stand the sight of each other. Well, Google Maps and Apple Maps have had their fair share of documentation recently, but when it comes to social networks, Apple does not really have much leverage in that department. The Google+ app has just been updated recently for both Android and iOS platforms, where the iPhone 5 is now supported.
Regardless of the platform where you use Google+ on your mobile device now, you as the manager of a page (or pages) can post and comment on items on the go, while respective versions will also carry features that are unique in their own way. For instance, the Android version has a revamped home screen widget, while folks with Apple devices will see it pick up iOS 6/iPhone 5 compatibility in addition to being able to edit posts, save photos to the camera roll and look up people and posts on the iPad.
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