Google's given its Google+ app for iPhone a new coat of paint, changing some fonts and giving photos some more screen real estate. Here's a look at what's new.
Google's given its Google+ app for iPhone a new coat of paint, changing some fonts and giving photos some more screen real estate.
Photos, for example, are now front and center in the Google+ app.
The home screen of Google+ is now adorned with your profile photo at the top and a pleasant dark background.
Reading a Google+ conversation in the app. Notice the prominent +1 button in the top right. It stays there no matter where you are on the page.
What Google+ profiles look like now on the Google+ app.
Viewing a user's feed of posts looks and feels just like it does when going through the main stream.
Eyeballing photo folders in the updated app.
Going through a folder of photos looks familiar.
Looking at a photo in the app is mostly unchanged.
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