Google has released a new update of the Google+ Android app. The update brings a change that was recently made to the web version of Google’s social network. From now on, users will be able to see the +1 activity of their friends in their main social stream. This is kind of similar to how you would see your friends’ activity in News Feed on Facebook. Users will also be interacted with those updates, which makes Google+ a bit more “social” now.
One caveat of this new update is that users will now see even more content in their main social stream. Obviously it depends upon how many people a particular user has in their circles. Nevertheless, such functionality is essential is social networks, where the primary aim is to offer more ways for users to interact with their friends. No privacy options have been changed. Google says that people who have added you to their circles won’t be able to see anything that they previously couldn’t see by opening your profile. The updated Google+ app is now available for download from Google Play Store.
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