Google+ mobile app now lets you access your Pages

The latest update to the iOS and Android versions of the app add support for Pages and a couple of other tricks.

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Those of you with Google+ Pages can now work with them on the go thanks to the latest update to the mobile app.

Version 3.2 of the Google+ app lets owners of Pages send posts, add comments, and reach out to their followers right from their smartphones and tablets. The new feature can be found on both the iOS and Android flavors of the app.

A few other changes are unique to each flavor, according to a Google+ post.

The iOS version adds support for the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, so the app now stretches across the entire 4-inch screen of the new iPhone. iOS users can edit their posts directly from their device, while iPad owners can search for people and posts.

The Android version throws in the "Find People" feature and includes an updated widget that you can add to your home screen.