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The new Google+ iPhone app is a much more visual experience. This social media post from photographer Trey Ratliff provides an example of the great visuals in the app.
Here's another example of a social media post in the new Google+ iPhone app. This one is from Google+ chief Vic Gundotra.
Take a look at the new main menu.
When you go to the main stream, you can select All Circles to see updates from all your contacts or What's Hot to see new hot updates that are trending (a useful new feature), or select one of your specific circles to view.
The photos section has also been redesigned.
This is an example of the Google+ stream.
Here's another example of what a post looks like when you click into it in the new Google+.
Again, here's what a story looks like when you post it in Google+.
Here's a nice image that's paired with an article and looks great in the new Google+ app.
Even when you post a video in the new Google+ app, it can pull an image from the thumbnail of the video.
Here's what photo galleries look like in the new Google+ app.
This is a repost of another post. Notice that under the text from Vic Gundotra you can see the name Alan Shapiro and his photo on the left. Shapiro was the person who originally posted the update.
Even without an image, Google+ makes a post look good with big, smooth fonts.
Here's what a text post looks like with no image and no article/link attached.
Google+ inserts "hot" posts that are trending into your stream after about every 10 or so updates. I'd normally find this annoying but most of the stuff is good stuff.
Here's another example of a "hot" post inserted into my stream (it knows I'm into quotes).
Here's what a profile page looks like now. This is relatively unremarkable, although it does strip things down to the most pertinent information.
Here's a full look at Trey Ratcliff's highly visual post in the new Google+ app.
Here's what you see when you click inside Trey Ratcliff's visual post in the Google+ app.