The Good Google+ for Android has a stunning visual interface. Photo tools and location features make it a powerful social networking app.
The Bad Redundant photo buttons are confusing.
The Bottom Line Whether you're a regular Google+ user or just interested in the app's photo-editing or auto-upload features, Google+ for Android is a must-have.
Google+ still beats Facebook's mobile app
Editors' note: This review was updated on August 19, 2013, to cover features added in the latest version.
The latest version of Google+ for Android has a beautiful interface with clean lines and sharp angles that match up closely with the look of the Web version. As always, the slide-out navigation menu on the left is still the best way to get around the app, giving you easy access to your Profile, Hangouts, Photos, Circles, and more.
New to the Google+ app is an easy account switcher. Now, you can add multiple Google accounts, and right from the navigation bar on the left, quickly jump between them in just a few taps.
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