In a latest bid to further upgrade and augment its already popular social networking site Google+, the site Fridge, has been acquired by Google. The site is actually meant for groups; where users can create and customize different groups, share photos, chats, videos and even plan events. Users had the flexibility to adjust privacy settings for various groups by deciding which group should have access to what information.
“Fridge will be shutting down but the core tenets will stay on in Google+,” according to company co-founder Austin Chang. Two people out of the four-member Fridge team would be shifting to Mountain View, to join the Google+ team.
The move would definitely bring some group-sharing features for Google + more like the Facebook Groups. But we will just have to wait and see what Google actually has in mind!
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