Google+ Refreshes its Mobile Web Version

Majority of the Google+ users prefer using mobile web version of the service than opting for Android or iOS apps to make posts on the social network. The mobile web version certainly offers users a smooth and more integrated experience for all of Google’s products.

The native apps for Google+ seem to get mobile team pretty late for unknown reasons. However, the team finally has something worth to announce eventually, as it has refreshed the mobile web experience for the product.

 

Google+ Mobile Google+ Refreshes its Mobile Web Version

Google’s PM Tom Charytoniuk discussed on one of his posts about the complete makeover of Google+ for the web. He stated:

Keeping up with Google+ on the go just got easier. We launched a newer, cleaner design of the Google+ experience for mobile web and support for 60 locales. Now it is easier to find, enjoy, and share the content you care about in Bengali, Icelandic, Swahili and more!

Check it out at plus.google.com on your mobile browser – you should see the updated web app if you’re on an Android, iOS, or Blackberry 7 device.

It seems that the native apps for Google+ are still buggy ones, particularly the one for iOS. I have tested the app and found it a herky-jerky one, so I preferred to go for mobile web version. The latest makeover of the app seems to be a massive one that adds some revamped navigation and better speed experience.

The latest refresh offers a smooth hopping and out experience along with a quicker and simpler +1 items. Unluckily, if you prefer to use the web version, you will definitely miss out the chance to enjoy on native-only features for Google+, such as instant photo and video upload and Hangouts. The mobile web version also makes it easy for you to switch between Gmail, Calendar and Search.

There is a common that people will continue to prefer the mobile web version unless Google+ team seriously though about creating versions particularly for Android and Apple tablets. Google needs to work really hard to promote its native apps so as to keep pace with the rapidly growing tech market.

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