Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot simpler. Huddle lets you send super-fast messages to the people you care about most. And no matter where you are, the stream lets you stay in the loop about what your friends are sharing and where they’re checking in.
We’ve waited, we’ve watched and now we get it. Thanks to a tip from Macstories, we know that Google+ for iOS has been approved and it’s now available in the App Store. We’ll be doing a full review very soon, but for now get downloading and here’s what we see:
Agent G is a Google+ account that will synchronize your Google+ posts to your Twitter account. Once Agent G has rights to post to your Twitter account, simply share anything on Google+ with Agent G that you want re-posted to Twitter, and the app will handle it for you.
The latest version of DoATiPhone app, which just went live in the App Store, supports sharing of content from within their app to Google’s new social network. How is this possible since Google hasn’t yet exposed APIs for people to play with? DoAT is wisely using the mobile web version of Google+ for the sharing.
When you find a page you want to share, you simply hit the G+ icon and a web browser will open within the DoAT app and the name of the page you’re sharing plus a link will automatically be inserted.
Google has rolled out yet another update for the Google Plus App and added couple of features along with usual improvements and fixes. Huddle users can now set permissions for invitations and also reject the new ones.
Three weeks after the public coming-out of Google's new social networking initiative, Google+, Apple has finally approved the native Google+ app for iOS devices. The free app is only compatible with iPhones though—not only is the Google+ app not configured for iPad screens, we're already hearing reports from readers that it straight up won't load on the iPad, nor will it load on the iPod touch.
Google has just released the official Google+ app for iPhone on the App Store. The app is free and available here, and at the moment of writing this Google hasn’t updated its Mobile webpage to showcase the new app yet. The Google+ iOS app provides a native interface to access much of the functionalities of the website, such as the Huddle group messaging feature — which was previously exclusive to Android devices prior to the app’s approval. The dashboard of the Google+ presents a grid of icons to access the Stream, Huddle, Photos, your Profile and Circles, as well as a Notification tab at the bottom that will open a vertical list of all your incoming notifications.
Search and adds friends from locations. This web site allow you to automatically follow other Twitter users, let you ask for Facebook friendship to unknown people and let you add people to Circles in Google Plus.
"Our free application GClient integrates into the windows tray. Clicking on it will display a handy window showing your latest Google+ activities. This window allows you to post messages and to follow the activity of your circles. GClient allows you to perform all major tasks of Google+ without having to visit the website."
GPEEP by Daniel Travolto is a Google+ people search engine which allows you to add and tag yourself in its directory. You’re able to tag yourself multiple times and it will append it to your GPEEP profile.
Google+ is one of the main talk in the Tech world now.People have been wondering about is how to import Twitter or Facebook feeds to newly developed Social network. While there are no official ways to connect the services, there are some cool browser extensions that will cheat the system.