Google is busy adding more features to its social networking site Google+ in a bid to make it competitive enough to attract traffic. The latest additions include Google+ creative kit, Ripples and “What’s Hot” as announced via Google’s blog.
Google+ may be losing some traffic but its users are still very active on the social networking site. According to the latest reports 3.4 billion photos have been posted on Google+ till now.
Google+ had a very promising start as it was able to get 12 million users in just 2 weeks and 25 million in the first month. Later when Google+ was opened to all, Google+ traffic suddenly went up by 1200% in the first few days but now it has fallen by 60% according [...]
Users can now determine who can notify them on Google+ according to a new feature added to it is on-going series of changes. Lately they gave users the option to lock their posts before shring within their circles.
While Facebook took the stage by introducing major changes at its f8 conference, Google+ is also trying to pick pace and introduced two changes today. Now it allows you to download full size pictures with the help of the photo actions tab.
Google has released the updated version of its Google+ app for iOS. The new version v.18.104.22.1684 includes the feature of resharing posts. The announcement came from Google+ Lead Product Manager, Punit Soni, who posted it on his Google+ account.
Google believes in keeping its exit doors open. It does not want to make you feel restrained or bound by tight ropes.
Social networking is viral and Google wants to provide all the support it can to its ever growing Google+ community. Let there be no barriers among people who want to connect through this social media.
Google+ Names Policy has been a subject of much controversy as well as criticism over the past weeks with users reacting to Google’s account suspension rather strongly. Now in a recent Q&A session at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, Google CEO Erci Schmidt has come out with his comments in this regard.
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