We know that Google promise that iPhone app will be releasing soon and it’s now here with including views of your main stream and nearby users, sharing via Circles and support for the Huddle group messaging feature. Google+ remains in invite-only beta and new users must obtain an email invitation from someone who is already using the service, but with the launch of the official app we can hope that a public introduction of the new social network is right around the corner…………..
Google’s Senior VP of Social Vic Gundotra just posted that Google+ is now available for iPhone users and just a few weeks after the launch of the Android app, iPhone users can get in on the Circle, Huddle and Stream browsing fun with a native iOS app. Unfortunately, iPad and iPod touch users will have to keep using the mobile-optimized site, because this is one of the few apps we’ve seen that doesn’t work on every iOS device and only iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4 devices can run the app. Google+ app is currently up in the iTunes App Store, though it may take a while for it populate for you depending on your region and Gundotra notes that the app should be rolling out to the App Store in the next few hours, but you should be able to grab it at the direct link here.
- Circles let you share the right things with just the right people.
- Stream is where you can get updates from your circles or see what people are saying about things nearby.
- Huddle is super-fast group messaging for everyone in your circles.
- Better support for blocking unwanted messages in Huddle
- Better support for attaching photos to a post
- Various bug fixes and performance improvements
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